residential addiction treatment programs give back to the community

How Residential Drug Treatment Programs Give Back to the Community

According to the University of Pennsylvania Health System, addictions cost corporations $93 billion a year in lower productivity and insurance premiums. Beyond the economic costs, alcohol and drugs play a role in 52% of car accident fatalities. While the cost of residential drug treatment programs is paid by families and addicted individuals, the cost of the…

Going to Rehab for an addiction without losing your job or career

How a Residential Treatment Program Works for Drug or Alcohol Addiction

A residential treatment program is the number one way for someone to start there life journey in recovery from drug addiction. Often those with addiction attempt to go to outpatient programs and end up leaving treatment due to issues with staying sober during treatment. This ultimately will potentially lead to a significant amount of time…