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You already know that substance misuse is a growing problem, especially in Pennsylvania. But did you also know that MOST people suffering from addiction are employed full-time? Workplaces have the power to help their employees get back on their feet, and they tend to be more successful with their efforts. Pressure from the workplace helps people get into treatment earlier and gives them an ongoing reason to maintain recovery.

Discover why having a Workplace Policy in place and providing Drug Misuse Programming is beneficial to both your employees and your business with our FREE to download tools and resources. Avoid high healthcare costs, absenteeism, turnover, and more by downloading our items below.

Anyone Can Develop A Substance Use Disorder. Anyone.

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Workplace Toolkit

Find Tips on Creating a Drug-Free Workplace Policy, RX Storage and Disposal Tips.

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Breakroom Poster

Create a Safe, Successful Work Environment With Our Poster! Custom Options Available.

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Spanish Toolkit

Tools and Resources in Spanish. Custom Options Available.

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