Getting to treatment is a major part of recovery. It can be the beginning of a long journey or a risk to relapse. Here are the top 3 reasons to choose safe passage transport.


  • Eliminate The Chances Of Relapse: There are more ways than you might be able to imagine for a loved one to relapse on their way to treatment. Unfortunately, if a loved one chooses to use on their way to recovery there can be consequences. Some treatment programs require sobriety before admission. Relapse can never be guaranteed to be a single sue event. While it is possible your loved one needs one last experience with drugs or alcohol before heading to treatment, it could be a detriment. They may miss their flight, go back to using, and never make it to treatment. Most tragically, a relapse on the way to treatment could be fatal. Safe passage transport ensures that your loved one is being monitored not just by a recovery professional, but by someone who has been through recovery themselves. Knowing the way the addicted mind can think, our professional team is always a few steps ahead, keeping your loved one’s focus on getting to treatment and staying sober.
  • Start Recovery On A Good Note: Our professional recovery assistants are heavily trained in effective communication skills, crisis management skills, and mental health recovery. Most of the members of our dynamic team have been in recovery themselves for many years. They know first hand what it feels like to be in those first hours of recovery, heading to treatment. Relating from their personal experience and years of growth, they make the trip safe and comfortable for your loved one. As a third party member in your loved one’s life, there is no tension or drama. The experience can be a positive, even fun one. Recovery assistants make sure all of your loved one’s needs are met, often suggesting what your loved one isn’t yet aware they need.
  • Taking Care Of Details Without Stress: In the first hours without drugs and alcohol, the mind is not clear. Small details like packing, getting to the airport, finding a flight, and remembering to eat and drink water can be highly stressful as well as overwhelming. By choosing safe passage transport, you ensure that a calm, trained, third party professional is there to support your loved one. Reducing stress is a huge relief and a way to ensure relapse prevention. Stress relief isn’t just a benefit for your loved one, but for you as well. As your loved one is safely transported to treatment, you can finally take a deep breath and know that all is well.


Hired Power is a recovery services company offering empowering tools to families who need to focus on bringing recovery home. Our safe passage transport is a life saving service, critically acclaimed throughout the treatment industry. For information, call us today at 800-910-9299.

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