Bringing recovery home is the mission of every staff member at Hired Power. We provide recovery services which allow families to focus on healing instead of being distracted by the details of treatment, recovery, and more. Each member of our dynamic team has a personal passion for recovery and personal experience either by themselves or through close family members. They know how important bringing recovery home is, what it feels like, and more importantly, they know how to make it happen for other families.

Bringing Recovery Home Heals

Recovery is a lifestyle, a daily decision, a structure, and a discipline. Through the lifestyle of recovery, we are able to find healing because we incorporate specific practices into our daily lives. Recovery encourages us to be honest, regulate our emotions, manage our stress, and more. By connecting with our family members authentically, we foster healthier relationships, grow as individuals, and heal old wounds. When we bring recovery home, we bring home healing in a way that gives everyone the chance to find peace in their lives.

Bringing Recovery Home Makes Changes

Everything is different when a loved one who has been struggling with addiction or alcoholism makes the decision to seek recovery. Dysfunction has an opportunity to leave. Healing has an opportunity to take place. Many of the patterns of behavior which existed in active addiction have to be changed. Recovery in the home forces changes to take place, whether a family is open to it or not.

Bringing Recovery Home Saves Lives

Relapse is a risk that every individual in recovery faces. When recovery comes home, the risk of relapse comes home with it. Few things are feared by family members of loved ones in recovery than the prospect of relapse, especially relapse in the home. When a family is recovery informed and has participated in the recovery process together, the recovering family saves lives. Should relapse enter the home, families are better prepared to handle the situation with love, empathy, compassion, and strong boundaries.

Hired Power offers recovery services designed to make your family’s journey through the recovery process as seamless as possible. Our dynamic team of experienced recovery professionals strive to bring their personal passion and professional expertise to your every need and concern. Ultimately, our goal is to help you bring recovery home and focus on where healing matters most: family. For information on our services, call us today: 714-559-3919

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