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Recognizing Signs of Substance Misuse in the Workplace

A recent study found that 80% of HR decision-makers recognize that substance use disorder is impacting their employees. But, 25% feel unprepared to deal with the issue. How do you recognize the signs of substance misuse? What should you do if you suspect substance misuse in your workplace? And, how do you properly address these issues?

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5 Reasons Recovery is Good for Business

Employers have felt the impacts of substance misuse for decades through absenteeism, loss of productivity, safety issues and poor job performance. The good news is that substance use disorder is a treatable and manageable disease. Not only is recovery possible, it’s good for business! Employees in recovery improve productivity, decrease healthcare costs and reduce workplace injuries. Check out 5 reasons recovery is good for business below!

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8 Need-To-Know Resources for Peer Recovery Coaches

Peer Recovery Support Specialists can sometimes be left in the dark by their organization. Some organizations may not know what types of resources the Peer Recovery Support Specialist need to do their job most effectively. We’ve got you covered! Here are a few resources for specialists to help do the job more efficiently and effectively.

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Peer Specialist Self-Care

Working on recovery is no easy task. For peer support specialists, the journey of sobriety can be especially difficult. They are inspirations to the clients they serve by being successful in their own recovery. To add to the challenge, the need for support is great – there are never enough specialists or providers to handle the demand in the treatment industry.

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