There’s a grave discord in addiction treatment. Many facilities are single service. Some have a full spectrum of care available to clients. Insurance carriers have to approve, pre-approve and work with an individual’s plan. From detox to residential, residential to partial hospitalization, and all the way down the line there is a lack of coordination. It’s all too easy for clients to fall through the cracks as they get jostled between each phase of treatment. Too much of their treatment time can be taken up by financial conversations and insurance conversations about getting help when they are in the process of doing so. Unfortunately, with so much stress, triggers of helplessness, and losing hope, many relapse. Somewhere between each phase of treatment, bouncing from one facility to the next, an addict gets lost.

Problematically, an addict who relapses in between phases of treatment or while waiting to get treatment, faces criticism. Criticism becomes the main operation. Thankfully, due to recent laws, insurance companies have a more difficult time discriminating among patients due to relapse. Instead of seeing this as a burdensome problem they are forced to recognize this as a critical problem for their client’s wellbeing. There are too few people helping recovering addicts get to the next step of recovery.

Hired Power is a recovery services company, helping to fill this exact need. We provide services like safe passage transport, in which we send a certified recovery professional out to help your loved one make it from point A to point B, clean and sober. While in treatment, we call to check up, get details on progress, and help you plan the next step. After treatment, our sober monitoring services keep you accountable through nationwide drug screening, weekly updates, and progress checks. We’re here to keep you focused on the goal of learning how to live clean and sober.

What A Recovering Addict Needs:

Each individual will need a different continuum of care depending on how recent their last use of drugs and alcohol was, as well as how severely they’ve abused substances. These or the levels of treatment available that help a recovering addict grow and transition:

  • Detox
  • Residential Inpatient
  • Partial hospitalization
  • Intensive Outpatient
  • Outpatient
  • Transitional Living
  • Sober Living
  • Aftercare

For information on Hired Power’s recovery services and how we can help you bring recovery home, call 800-910-9299.

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