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Corporate Engagement
A We Do Recover Program

Addiction impacts every business. Help create a positive work environment where addiction and treatment options are understood, and those who struggle are supported.

Whether it occurs at home or at work, employees who abuse alcohol and illegal or prescription drugs create significant issues for both employers and other employees, including:

  • Lower job performance
  • Reduced productivity
  • Greater absenteeism
  • Missed deadlines
  • Higher medical and workers’ compensation costs

The addiction of an employee's a loved one — especially a child or a spouse — creates a level of stress and emotional strain that leads to similar business costs and work issues.

As a business leader, you have a unique responsibility to your employees and the community. We can help you be proactive by educating employees on what addiction looks like, providing options for getting help and helping ensure full support throughout their struggle — whether directly or because of their loved one.

Cost of Addiction Corporations

The FREE Resources Available to Your Company

Get the tools to tackle addiction & alcoholism in your workplace.

Materials to Distribute

Discrete helpline cards to give privately, as well as articles for intranets/newsletters and flyers for family support and specific facilities

1:1 HR Policy Consultations

Personal coaching by a Certified Human Resources Manager (CHRM®) on all drug and alcohol abuse policies — including FMLA, drug testing and prevention

Motivational Speaker

Influential speakers like pro football Hall-of-Famer Cris Carter educate on what every employee should know about drug and alcohol abuse

Recovery & HR Helplines

A 24/7 dedicated recovery helpline for anyone struggling and loved ones to get personal support, as well as a direct line to certified consultants for substance use HR questions

Expert Training

Physicians and therapists available to train HR or the entire company on how to spot and most effectively respond to addiction

Account Representative

Ongoing resource that's always available to HR, business leaders and EAPs that can answer any questions and coordinate all other items

We partner with any existing Employee Assistance Program (EAP) to offer free, non-competing services that benefit both the EAP and the company as a whole.

Substance abuse is happening in your workplace, even if you ignore it.

Not only does being proactive against addiction means a better work environment and lower costs, but it also allows employees to get help before the disease escalates.

Magnitude — One in four workers reports drinking during the workday at least once in the past year, and 67% of HR professionals believe addiction is one of the most serious issue their company faces.

Direct Costs — Drug and alcohol addiction results in $263 billion annually in lost productivity, while health care costs for employees with addiction issues are twice that of other employees.

Disruption — An estimated 500 million workdays are lost each year due to addiction problems. These employees function at about two-thirds of their capability, are three times more likely to be late for work and use twice as much sick leave.

Safety — Employees with addiction problems are five times more likely to file workers compensation claims and are linked to 40% of workplace fatalities and 47% of injuries.

It's already hard fighting the physical and mental dependency of addiction. Why do we put another social barrier to getting help? I'm partnered with Ambrosia because this is a life or death issue.
Cris Carter
Pro Hall-of-Fame Receiver
Research tells us that addiction is a disease with genetic, biological and environmental causes. However, rather than treating it as a disease, society treats addiction as a moral failure. That needs to change. Instead, we all need to become advocates for treatment. As the We Do Recover movement shows, there's no shame in asking for help.
Jimbo Fisher
FSU Football Coach
Addiction is all around us. We cannot continue to ignore that people are struggling, not just with drugs and alcohol, but with the image that comes to mind when many hear the word "addict." I support Ambrosia's movement to make a real change.
John Calipari
UK Basketball Coach

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Releasor hereby waives the right to inspect or approve the finished likeness, photographs and voice reproductions that may be used by Ambrosia or a Related Entity hereunder. Releasor also acknowledges that all such likeness, photographs and voice reproductions shall be the sole and absolute property of Ambrosia and Releasor shall have no property rights therein.

Releasor further attests that (i) all comments and narratives provided by him/her to Ambrosia are factual and depict actual events that have taken place in his/her life and (ii) Ambrosia has not scripted or altered his/her testimonial in any way, if applicable. In the event at any time there is a change in the aforementioned attestations Releasor will immediately notify Ambrosia.

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This release will inure to the benefit of and will be binding upon Releasor’s respective affiliates, successors, licensees, assigns, heirs and representatives.

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I don’t know if I need treatment.

You’re here because you know the problem is out of control. You’ve spent months if not years trying to convince yourself (and those around you) that your drug or alcohol use isn’t “that bad.”

Don’t let denial drag out the suffering. Addiction is serious. You can (and should) get help before it completely takes over your life.

I don’t know what treatment would be best.

Have you tried getting help before? If so, it’s time to follow the science. The most effective process involves detox, rehab and outpatient treatments.

Don’t be overwhelmed! All you have to do now is call to talk about where you’re at. You’ll take it one step at a time from there. Before you know it, you’ll be sober. You can do this!

I can’t convince my loved one to go.

Even if you’re feeling powerless, there’s always hope! Donny, our dedicated ARISE interventionist, can talk to you today about your options. Following his advice, three of every four people come directly to treatment.

I'm not sure if you can help.

Feelings of doubt and helplessness are part of addiction, but you can find hope here. Our treatment is backed by research partnerships with two universities and hundreds of online reviews. From the Washington Post to CNN to Vice News, our expertise is trusted by the top news sources, as well as professional athletes.

The fact is — thousands of people across the country are living sober, productive lives after their time here. You deserve the same chance.

Now is not a good time.

You may worry about missing out on family or work, but the truth is you’re missing out now when your thoughts are preoccupied on your next fix or you’re too sick or high to show up.

Your job is guaranteed by law. And, your spouse, parents and kids all need you sober.

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It’s normal to have tons of questions, especially about your specific situation, insurance or how it all works. Why not get your questions answered now?

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