Stress, substance use issues, and suicidal thoughts plague millions of Americans and their families. Your companies employ these people. A recent Gallup poll shows that 18 percent of workers go home to addiction every day. The Hartford reports 76 percent of employers do not provide substance use disorders (SUD) training in the workplace. According to the National Council on Alcoholism & Drug Dependence (NCADD), addiction costs employers $81 billion annually due to increased health care costs, increased absenteeism, and workplace injuries, highlighting the need for a comprehensive solution for the workplace.

Heritage CARES can help your company by providing vital education, insight, and support to those suffering. In addition, we provide the tools needed to combat stress, substance use issues, or suicidal ideation among your employees.

Our virtual, evidenced-based program uses harm-reduction and behavioral modification to provide private support to employees for stress, substance use issues, or suicidal ideation. In addition, Heritage CARES seamlessly integrates into existing Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) and other wellness programs.

Through youturn, an online learning management system with the most extensive video library, Heritage CARES educates, inspires, and helps your employees gain insight into their stressors, triggers, or substance use behaviors.

Our confidential Care Management Platform allows individuals to identify and understand where they are in their journey to becoming a better them. Heritage CARES’ certified Assertive Community Engagement (ACE) Peer Coaches are NAADAC credentialed and provide proactive outreach that helps- individuals maintain a positive outlook on their recovery journey by developing new behaviors, increasing family support, and fostering accountability.

Employers spend, on average, over $15,000 more per year on employees who experience mental distress

Mentally distressed workers are nearly 3.5 times more likely than their peers to have substance use disorders

75% of people with a Substance Use Disorder are in the workforce

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