We’d like to think that drug and alcohol misuse is something that happens to other people in other communities. But with 28 million Americans abusing drugs (that’s approximately one in every 10 Americans over the age of 12), substance abuse touches us all and is negatively impacting safety, productivity, and the competitive ability of the American workforce.
You can help your community by spreading the word about the importance of managing drug and alcohol misuse in the workplace and our community. Stand up, and help our community fight back against the negative effects of drug and alcohol misuse—-like increased drug dealing, absenteeism, accidents, turnover, and other negative work behaviors.
Help us bring local businesses, government, and schools together to explore attitudes about drug and alcohol misuse, educate individuals and families about health risks, and effectively empower others to make better choices.
Drug-Free Hoosiers plays an invaluable role at the local level. Our extraordinary partners tap into local drug and alcohol misuse prevention and treatment expertise, law enforcement, spiritual leaders, school administrators, civic groups, and others to achieve what one organization could not achieve working alone.
If you are aware of drug and alcohol use in your workplace, we can together, tailor a policy and a set of easy steps that suit your business needs—nothing more, nothing less! Choose only what you need. Your employees that are NOT using will thank you!
Together we have all the bases covered, no matter your workplace needs. Learn if your company is eligible for a workers’ compensation insurance reduction. Join the conversation and act now.
Drug-Free Hoosiers offers:
~ Support & guidance to ensure your policy is robust and supports your organization’s culture and values;
~ A complimentary Q&A session with your staff to introduce your policy;
~ Employee assistance referrals for employees to receive necessary help;
~ Educational workshops for employees, working parents, and supervisors;
~ Help in setting clear & consistent processes to follow;
~ Tools and information to take action when necessary and manage outcomes;
~ Substance testing panels and consulting on drugs of abuse to support your workplace program;
~ Knowledge of state workplace laws and OSHA standards related to drug testing;
~ Ongoing consulting; PLUS
~ A measurable return on investment.