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Addiction in the Workplace

Many employers work hard to provide their employees with a supportive environment when it comes to Mental Health and Wellness. Having programs in place for employees that suffer from Mental Health Challenges, including substance abuse, are beneficial for all parties involved.

For employers, this price tag can be a large one, due to on-the-job injuries, lost productivity, absenteeism and other factors.

Signs of Substance Abuse in the Workplace

  • Frequent, prolonged, and often unexplained absences
  • Involvement in accidents both on and off the job
  • Erratic work patterns and reduced productivity
  • Indifference to personal hygiene
  • Overreaction to real or imagined criticism
  • Such overt physical signs as exhaustion or hyperactivity, dilated pupils, slurred speech, or an unsteady walk

Why Help?

Some ask why help and not simply dismiss. Beyond the fact that addiction is considered a disability and an illness and thus an employer cannot simply terminate the worker’s employment there is the financial gain that can occur. It is far more costly to terminate an employee than to rehabilitate them. Employees who successfully complete rehabilitation tend to have far fewer performance issues than those who had never had an addiction concern or sought help through the Employee Assistance Program for other related personal issues.

Working Together

By working together with your corporation, we can help by offering you a chance to make a difference in the life of your employees.

The Habitude Addiction Program harbors an environment that offers privacy and personal attention in a small group format. Clients will benefit from our bio-psycho-social programming including individual counselling as well as many other complementary services, including guidance and support for the family.

Our program is Medically supervised by a Licensed Medical Doctor and Naturopathic Doctor to ensure best practice.

For more information on our program, please fill out the form below:

  • Request a Package

What to expect?

Meet our professionals

Carolyn Rogers

Christian Avila

Program Manager

My job is to develop, implement and supervise guidelines, policies, procedures and client treatments in the HabitudeTM inpatient program ensuring the safety and quality of treatment for our clients

My mission is to create a biological psychological social and spiritual recovery inpatient program which can provide knowledge, tools and skills to our clients that nurture healthy lifestyle that supports and enriches healthy relationships

My vision is to be leaders in transforming lives through the delivery of programs, integrating innovative practices and evidence based medicine.

Carla “Vanina” Noejovich

Pyschotherapist

My job is to tailor a treatment plan based on each individual case. Healing from addiction and mental health issues is a long-term process.

My mission as a psychotherapist, is to help individuals to navigate through their own emotions so they can identify the roots of the problem, but also the strengths that will help them to get their life back.

My vision is to create a safe environment to actively promote recovery and long-lasting habit changes to benefit individuals and their families.

Frequently Asked Questions

1. How do I refer my employee?

Simply fill out the form above requesting a Program Package, once you have received the package proceed with providing a copy to your employee and have them call us directly.

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Habitude Addiction Program can also create packages tailored for your company specifically. Call us today to discuss this opportunity and book an onsite information session.

2. Will the Employer get updates on Employee progress?

Yes, with consent from the employee, Habitude will provide treatment progress on employees.

3. What happens once inpatient treatment is complete?

Habitude can create an individualized aftercare packages for employees and provide aftercare treatment through Habitude Wellness located in Burlington, ON or via Video Conferencing.