Substance Abuse Professional Testing – Therapists in Philadelphia
If you have failed a drug test at your job, you are in the midst of a very stressful, tumultuous time. If your position falls under the guidelines of the Department of Transportation, a failed drug test means that you will not be able return to work until this issue is resolved. Luckily, a Thriveworks Philadelphia Substance Abuse Professional (SAP) can help. We understand that you need to return to work as quickly as possible, and we will help facilitate that goal. Your SAP will be responsible for conducting an assessment and evaluation, developing a treatment plan, and overseeing your possible return to work.
Sometimes, a failed drug or alcohol screening can indicate an underlying addiction issue. If this is the case, we can be your trusted partner in recovery. We understand that addiction issues can be very complicated, stemming from serious issues in your past. If needed, we would be happy to work with you to develop a treatment plan that both facilitates your return to your job, and also helps you become a healthier individual.
For others of you, even though you failed a screening at your work, you may not feel that you have an addiction issue and would simply like to resolve this issue as soon as possible. You may feel embarrassed and worried about the possibility of returning to your position at work. If this is the case for you, we will work with you in an efficient manner to help you achieve your goals. How quickly you are able to return to your job depends on your willingness to work hard and maintain dedication towards this goal.
Thriveworks Philadelphia Substance Abuse Professionals are ready and able to put our expertise to work for you. We understand that your absence from work affects not only yourself, but also your family. For most new clients, we have appointments available within 24 hours. We understand that your time is valuable and we want to be ready when we are needed.
Call a Thriveworks Philadelphia Substance Abuse Professional today and get back to work.