Treatment for Professionals

Working Professionals Addiction Help

Addiction Treatment for Working Professionals

Keeping up with the demands of a high-accountability job can be stressful.

Amid all of your responsibilities on the job and at home, substance use might have entered the equation – either to de-stress at the end of the day or to keep your motor running so you can juggle 1,000 things at once.

If you’ve found yourself in this type of scenario, we understand where you’re coming from. It happens to the best of us. But the good news you’re not alone in this struggle, and there’s a way out of this bind you’re in.

Continue reading to learn how Harmony Place in Los Angeles County helps working professionals like you break free from drugs and alcohol and return to their profession in better health and ready to perform at peak level again.

Who is it For?

Professionals Need Addiction Treatment Support Too

According to SAMHSA, 76 percent of individuals with a substance abuse problem hold a job. However, many people are afraid that seeking treatment will hurt their career or get them fired. Luckily there are laws against this. Addiction is considered a mental illness, and people with addiction disorders are protected against discrimination in the workplace.

At Harmony Place, we’re especially receptive to individuals who need to take time away from their jobs in order to receive treatment for drug or alcohol addiction. Our working professionals program accepts individuals from a host of different professions, but some of the more common ones include:

  • First Responders
  • Doctors and Nurses
  • Lawyers
  • Dentists
  • Pilots
  • Athletes
  • Business Executives
  • Union Members
  • Blue Collar Workers

In all truth, if you’re in any viable career and you’d be looking to return to the same job and responsibilities once you complete rehab, then you’re considered a working professional.

Harmony Place helps working professionals get back on track through a continuum of care – spanning from detox and residential treatment to outpatient and aftercare services. We believe in long-term treatment because that’s what it truly takes to have your best chance of maintaining sobriety.

And, don’t worry about being away from work for too long. You can return to work once you graduate our residential treatment program and move into our luxury transitional living home. During this phase of care, you will continue your treatment through outpatient programming, allowing you more time and flexibility to begin working again.

Amenities That Professionals Can Look Forward To

Detailed Discharge Planning

If any of this criteria sounds like you, please get in touch with us for help: 1 (888) 789-4330
Group Therapy

You’ll Feel Right at Home

As with most other treatment centers, Harmony Place utilizes a significant amount of group therapy and education during client’s time with us. The difference is, here you’ll be among like-minded peers in your various groups.

Many of the other residents come from high-stakes professions as well, so there’s a good chance they will have similar backgrounds, likes and preferences to yours. Having more in common with your peers in recovery will really open up group sessions and make your time in treatment that much more enjoyable.

Frequently Asked Questions

Working Professionals Treatment FAQs

Do you have any additional questions about addiction treatment for working professionals or the Harmony Place rehabilitation process? See if we have your answer in these frequently asked questions below, or reach us directly if there’s any specific question you need answered.

What kind of substances are working professionals commonly getting treated for?

Will my job be in danger if I decide to take time off to pursue rehab?

What does your entire treatment process consist of?

Do you involve the family in the treatment process?

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