Our Team Approach

Hired Power utilizes a collaborative, team approach to help individuals achieve lasting recovery. Our professional team works closely with each client’s existing doctors, therapists, treatment coordinators, interventionists and other key members of the recovery team to develop an effective treatment plan based on their unique needs.

Our Personal Recovery Assistants go a step further and become the eyes and ears of the recovery team. By providing daily communications, phone calls, updates and other relevant information, Personal Recovery Assistants play a vital role that allows the recovery team to continue to supervise and be involved in patient progress.

“Hired Power opened my eyes to a whole different way of living. Having someone with me who was educated, compassionate and empathetic to my situation made me feel extremely safe and valued as I walked through this scary time of my life.”
– Alison Hord

“I have worked in the field of chemical dependency for several years and helped 100s of families; however, when a family member of mine needed help, I knew that I was too close to the situation. I called Hired Power to help and within minutes, I had someone working on the care of my loved one.”
– Paige Willard, CRC Health

The Hired Power Mission

Bridging the Gap: Bringing Recovery Home

Our Vision

Our vision is to be the most trusted provider of Transitional Recovery Services in the industry, both nationally and internationally.

We will —
– Conduct ourselves with integrity and work within our company values
– Deliver superior service performance
– Foster an internal and external environment of innovation, collaboration, and trust

In doing so, Hired Power will be our clients’ partner of choice, an industry leader and a community resource for sober assistance and recovery services.

Hired Power Values

We, the women and men of HIRED POWER, are guided by the following values.

We take responsibility for QUALITY…
Our services will be “the GOLD standard of excellence” in terms of value received.

We deliver CUSTOMER satisfaction …
We are dedicated to doing our best to satisfy the unique and challenging needs of our customers.

We provide LEADERSHIP as a company and as individuals…
HIRED POWER is founded on hand-selected, talented employees effectively applying ethical principles, high-end quality services and sound business management.

We act with INTEGRITY in all we do…
We are accountable for the highest standards of behavior, including honesty and fairness in all aspects of the services we provide.

We value PEOPLE…
We treat one another with respect and take pride in the significant contributions that come from the diversity of individuals and ideas.

The Hired Power Difference

Hired Power goes above and beyond to help individuals achieve lasting sobriety with our industry-leading Personal Recovery Assistant (PRA) program. This program supports clients and their families as they forge a new path into recovery and transition into a sober, independent lifestyle. To ensure our PRAs are effective at helping clients navigate the process of early recovery, they are assigned based on a number of criteria and backed by a team of recovery specialists.

Hired Power Personal Recovery Assistants:

Receive support from a certified Drug & Alcohol Counselor Case Manager
Receive clinical oversight from a local community of addiction and mental health professionals
Are covered under professional liability insurance
Work in gender-specific roles
Are carefully matched based on specific client needs

Our Personal Recovery Assistants also uphold the highest professional and ethical standards when working with individuals and families in early recovery.

Hired Power Personal Recovery Assistants are screened utilizing:
– Face-to-face interviews
– Extensive personal and professional background checks
– Psychological profiles
– National criminal database searches
– Sex offender database searches
– Driving record
– Medical evaluations
– Personal and professional reference checks
– Random drug testing

Hired Power Personal Recovery Assistants meet the minimum requirements of:
– Successful experience in a Personal Recovery Assistant role
– At least five years of continuous sobriety and/or five years of working in the addiction and mental health field
– Continuing community education training on issues related to addiction and mental health topics
– CPR/first aid certification