1 out of 5 workers aged 18-25 abuse drugs on the job
73% of all drug users are employed according to U.S. Department of Health and Mental Services Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration
80% of these steal from their employer
300% more sick benefits are used by substance abusers
Drug abusers have almost 4 times more work-related accidents
Drug abusing employees cost employers $15,000 per employee per year in healthcare costs and decreased productivity
You have invested in your employees through training and offering of benefits, why not invest in helping them receive treatment for their addiction? The end result is you potentially save a life and gain a very productive, loyal and grateful employee!
Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) are vital to businesses today. Employee absence and decreased productivity can be a huge burden to employers in the current economy. EAPs can help employers reduce absenteeism, workers’ compensation claims, healthcare costs, accidents, and grievances. In addition, they can address safety and security issues, improve employee productivity and engagement, and reduce costs related to employee turnover.
Isaiah House Treatment Center offers EAPs to our community businesses. We are here to assist you and your employees with their treatment needs!
Services offered include:
- Comprehensive, person-centered approach to treatment
- Residential and outpatient treatment for substance use disorder
- Individual and Group Therapy
- Anger Management
- Grief Counseling
- Marriage Counseling
- Counseling Services for Adolescents
- Family Counseling
- Medical Care through Real Health Primary Care
Benefits of EAPs:
- Significantly reduce medical costs arising from early identification and treatment of Individual mental health and substance use issues.
- Decreased absenteeism.
- Reduced accidents and fewer workers’ comp claims
- Greater employee retention.
- Fewer labor disputes.
Isaiah House and our affiliated centers provide short-term and long-term care for men or women.
- Residential treatment
- Withdrawal management services
- Intensive Outpatient (IOP)
- Outpatient (OP)
We accept Kentucky Medicaid, commercial insurances, KORE, Operation UNITE, as well as self-pay