Explore ways to reduce the harm of bias by creating an educated and supportive work culture. It is key to understand triggers or stressors that may come about in a work environment sooner rather than later and practice healthy ways of responding to them.
Addiction Treatment

How to Choose the Right Sober Living Home

After treatment, you may need extra support and care. We included red flags and top things to consider when finding your sober living home.

Finding a Job After Addiction Treatment: What You Should Know

Completing residential treatment means returning to the outside world, which can often be filled with challenges. One major obstacle for many is finding a new job or perhaps even a first job.  You may be returning to the work environment after an extended period. You might have decided to change your job or career path to better maintain sobriety. Whatever your situation is, a job search can be a daunting task. Knowing what […]

Balancing Work and Your Recovery

Stressed about creating a healthy work-life balance in recovery? Here are tips to keep your worries at bay.
Mental Health

Going Back to Work in a Pandemic: Tips on How to Adjust

The anxiety of returning to work in the midst of a pandemic can be overwhelming. Here's how to manage back-to-work stress after working from home.

Tips for Going Back to Work Without Risking Your Sobriety

Returning to work after leaving treatment can be intimidating. Learn how to stay sober while adjusting to your job and added stress.

How do I explain an employment gap in my resume due to my drug addiction?

Knowing how to address employment gaps due to addiction can be confusing. Learn how to reenter the interviewing process with confidence.
Drug Addiction

The Real Cost of Addiction

Discussing addiction in the workplace might be taboo, but with the increasing economical toll that it is taking we can no longer ignore it.

Addiction & Recovery: Real Talk on Talking About Your Recovery on the Job

In this video, clinician Whitney Balliet offers advice on individuals sharing their recovery status with their employers.

Should I Mention my Recovery at Work?

As a therapist and facilitator who works with both clients and family members in recovery, I find that each person has to determine what — and to whom — they are comfortable communicating.

Common Mistakes to Avoid in Early Recovery

Living a sober life free from addiction is empowering, but early recovery can be challenging. Here are tips to help you navigate your personal and professional life at the start of recovery.