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What an employer needs to know about Drugs in the Workplace

What an employer needs to know about Drugs in the Workplace

What an employer needs to know about Drugs in the Workplace - Substance abuse is a widespread problem in our society. An estimated 14.8 million Americans are current illicit drug users.1 The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration reported that 77 percent of illicit drug users in the United States are employed. That’s 9.4 million people. The chances are good that your organization employs one of these workers.
Christopher Kennedy Lawford in a presentation of “Moments of Clarity: Voices from the front Lines of Addiction and Recovery”

Christopher Kennedy Lawford in a presentation of “Moments of Clarity: Voices from the front Lines of Addiction and Recovery”

Christopher Kennedy Lawford, October 30th, Mission Hospital Laguna Beach, 11:30 am Registration fee of $35 includes signed copy of the book. Hired Power will Co-host a luncheon along with Cirque Lodge, Visions Adolescents, Safe Harbor Treatment Center for Women, Prescott House and Pacific Coast Recovery Center to showcase Christopher Kennedy Lawford in a presentation of "Moments of Clarity: voices from the front Lines of Addiction and Recovery". Contact Hired Power 800.910.9299
Nanette Zumwalt on LA Talk Radio with Allen Cardoza

Nanette Zumwalt on LA Talk Radio with Allen Cardoza

This show was born out of the desire to help guide parents and adolescent service industry professionals alike to professional resources as they face critical moments with their children or clients addressing critical issues such as: Locating runaway teens, Family crisis interventions Building self-esteemDealing with addictions
Substance abuse: closer to home than you think

Substance abuse: closer to home than you think

Substance abuse: closer to home than you think. Article from the Examiner.
Admissions for Prescription Painkiller Abuse on Rise

Admissions for Prescription Painkiller Abuse on Rise

Alcohol treatment still heads list but figures decline, report finds... TUESDAY, March 17 (HealthDay News) -- Admissions for treatment of prescription painkiller abuse in the United States have risen dramatically over the past decade, from 1 percent of all substance abuse admissions in 1997 to 5 percent in 2007, according to a government report released Tuesday.
From Treatment to Sustained Recovery

From Treatment to Sustained Recovery

Professional treatment of alcohol and drug problems can start someone on the road to recovery, but a few weeks of treatment should not be mistaken for long-term recovery. If you have severe alcohol and other drug problems, you should know that successful recovery from these problems involves significant changes over time...
Anxiety Disorder: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Anxiety Disorder: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

obsessive compulsive disorder
Cold water keeps addicts clean and sober

Cold water keeps addicts clean and sober

hirty drug addicts hope to reclaim their lives by braving the icy Atlantic ocean
Family & The Relapse Syndrome

Family & The Relapse Syndrome

n many cases the addict is the first family member to seek treatment. Other family members become involved in order to help the alcoholic get sober. Many family members refuse to consider the fact that they also have a problem that requires specialized treatment. These family members tend to deny their role in their addicted family and scapegoat personal and family problems upon the addicted person.
Finding Your Hired Power:  Bridging the Gap

Finding Your Hired Power: Bridging the Gap

Business News Finding Your Hired Power: Bridging the Gap Between Treatment Centers and Living in ...
No more cigarettes for addicts in rehab

No more cigarettes for addicts in rehab

ALBANY -- New York becomes the first state in the nation to ban smoking in substance abuse treatment centers ...
In Need of a Plan B to Deter Young Athletes From Drug Use

In Need of a Plan B to Deter Young Athletes From Drug Use

Excerpted from Sports of the Times By WILLIAM C. RHODEN Published: October 18, 2007 As much as many of us abhor ...
What an employer needs to know about Drugs in the Workplace

What an employer needs to know about Drugs in the Workplace

What an employer needs to know about Drugs in the Workplace - Substance abuse is a widespread problem in our society. An estimated 14.8 million Americans are current illicit drug users.1 The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration reported that 77 percent of illicit drug users in the United States are employed. That’s 9.4 million people. The chances are good that your organization employs one of these workers.
Christopher Kennedy Lawford in a presentation of “Moments of Clarity: Voices from the front Lines of Addiction and Recovery”

Christopher Kennedy Lawford in a presentation of “Moments of Clarity: Voices from the front Lines of Addiction and Recovery”

Christopher Kennedy Lawford, October 30th, Mission Hospital Laguna Beach, 11:30 am Registration fee of $35 includes signed copy of the book. Hired Power will Co-host a luncheon along with Cirque Lodge, Visions Adolescents, Safe Harbor Treatment Center for Women, Prescott House and Pacific Coast Recovery Center to showcase Christopher Kennedy Lawford in a presentation of "Moments of Clarity: voices from the front Lines of Addiction and Recovery". Contact Hired Power 800.910.9299
Nanette Zumwalt on LA Talk Radio with Allen Cardoza

Nanette Zumwalt on LA Talk Radio with Allen Cardoza

This show was born out of the desire to help guide parents and adolescent service industry professionals alike to professional resources as they face critical moments with their children or clients addressing critical issues such as: Locating runaway teens, Family crisis interventions Building self-esteemDealing with addictions
Substance abuse: closer to home than you think

Substance abuse: closer to home than you think

Substance abuse: closer to home than you think. Article from the Examiner.
Admissions for Prescription Painkiller Abuse on Rise

Admissions for Prescription Painkiller Abuse on Rise

Alcohol treatment still heads list but figures decline, report finds... TUESDAY, March 17 (HealthDay News) -- Admissions for treatment of prescription painkiller abuse in the United States have risen dramatically over the past decade, from 1 percent of all substance abuse admissions in 1997 to 5 percent in 2007, according to a government report released Tuesday.
From Treatment to Sustained Recovery

From Treatment to Sustained Recovery

Professional treatment of alcohol and drug problems can start someone on the road to recovery, but a few weeks of treatment should not be mistaken for long-term recovery. If you have severe alcohol and other drug problems, you should know that successful recovery from these problems involves significant changes over time...
Anxiety Disorder: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

Anxiety Disorder: Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD)

obsessive compulsive disorder
Cold water keeps addicts clean and sober

Cold water keeps addicts clean and sober

hirty drug addicts hope to reclaim their lives by braving the icy Atlantic ocean
Family & The Relapse Syndrome

Family & The Relapse Syndrome

n many cases the addict is the first family member to seek treatment. Other family members become involved in order to help the alcoholic get sober. Many family members refuse to consider the fact that they also have a problem that requires specialized treatment. These family members tend to deny their role in their addicted family and scapegoat personal and family problems upon the addicted person.
Finding Your Hired Power:  Bridging the Gap

Finding Your Hired Power: Bridging the Gap

Business News Finding Your Hired Power: Bridging the Gap Between Treatment Centers and Living in ...
No more cigarettes for addicts in rehab

No more cigarettes for addicts in rehab

ALBANY -- New York becomes the first state in the nation to ban smoking in substance abuse treatment centers ...
In Need of a Plan B to Deter Young Athletes From Drug Use

In Need of a Plan B to Deter Young Athletes From Drug Use

Excerpted from Sports of the Times By WILLIAM C. RHODEN Published: October 18, 2007 As much as many of us abhor ...