EDUCATION - Other Organizations, Hospitals, Insurance Companies and Health Divisions of Government

 

Substance abuse problems affect approximately five percent of our population. Substance abuse can be treated; however it requires a treatment plan with appropriately trained staff. Substance abuse treatment in specialty facilities is expensive; however, it is significantly less than the cost of hospital treatment or the cost to society if left untreated.  Similar to the Continuing Education seminars for Doctors, the Recovery Plus Foundation holds workshops other medical and health professionals as well as human resource professionals of all industries to attend.

 

 

Business and Industry

Substance abuse in the workplace is a problem. Discharging staff rather than assisting them to deal with their addiction problems results in higher staff turnover, recruiting cost and loss of training dollars invested in staff. Recovery Plus Foundation seeks to educate employers about the benefits of assisting employees with substance abuse problems and the overall reduction in human resource costs by acting in both parties' interests. Similar to the Continuing Education seminars for Doctors, the Recovery Plus Foundation holds workshops other medical and health professionals as well as human resource professionals of all industries to attend.

Business and IndustrySubstance abuse in the workplace is a problem. Discharging staff rather than assisting them to deal with their addiction problems results in higher staff turnover, recruiting cost and loss of training dollars invested in staff. Recovery Plus Foundation seeks to educate employers about the benefits of assisting employees with substance abuse problems and the overall reduction in human resource costs by acting in both parties' interests. Similar to the Continuing Education seminars for Doctors, the Recovery Plus Foundation holds workshops other medical and health professionals as well as human resource professionals of all industries to attend.