Hired Power is a compassionate and personalized approach for the entire recovery process, designed to Bring Recovery Home. With over 20 years of experience and the first to professionalize transition services, we have earned the trust of thousands of professionals, clients, and their loved ones. With a focus on interventions, safe passage, data-driven monitoring, Personal Recovery Assistants, case management, and coaching for individuals and families we help our clients achieve and maintain successful recovery and fulfillment. Our expertise and industry leadership mean we are often sought out as experts by media outlets on the subjects of addiction and recovery.
Nanette Zumwalt has been listed on QuitAlcohol.com as one of the top 10 interventionists in the United States.
“Hired Power has been selected for the 2015 Best of Huntington Beach Award in the Alcoholism Treatment Program category by the Huntington Beach Award Program. Each year, the Huntington Beach Award Program identifies companies that we believe have achieved exceptional marketing success in their local community and business category. These are local companies that enhance the positive image of small business through service to their customers and our community.”
“‘Can you think of a greater taboo?’ said Nanette Zumwalt, the president of Hired Power, a recovery agency in Huntington Beach, Calif., that works with many mothers. ‘Addiction is still viewed as a character defect,’ she said. ‘There’s far greater stigma among women, particularly mothers.'”
“Hired Power Executive Director Nanette Zumwalt, a certified drug-and-alcohol counselor and board-certified interventionist who employs close to 100 companions in 19 different states: ‘It’s not a baby-sitting service, it’s not the recovery police, and it’s really emerging into a certified therapeutic role.'”
Nanette Zumwalt discusses Hired Power on Answers for the Family with Allen Cardoza.
“And since 2002 Nanette Zumwalt, CEO and president of California-based Hired Power, has been providing ‘personal recovery assistants’ to the well-heeled in need of help. She charges upward of $850 for round-the-clock monitoring of clients, often people who are transitioning from their homes to a treatment center or from a treatment center (or jail) back to their homes.”
“‘Anybody who’s returning to their life after rehab needs added structure and support in that transitioning phase,’ said Nanette Zumwalt, owner of Hired Power, a company in Huntington Beach, Calif., that in four years has grown to 70 companions, from 10, working in 15 states. Even if rehab works in the short-term, ‘What doesn’t always work is translating the skills learned at rehab to the home,’ she said.”