Executive drug and alcohol rehabilitation centers are options for high-level professionals like CEOs to receive treatment for a drug or alcohol addiction while still maintaining the ability to work.
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Do you want to go to drug or alcohol rehab, yet are worried about losing your job? Does it seem like there’s no way to get the help you need without having to sacrifice your career? That’s a problem for so many Americans. CEOs, COOs, CFOs, and other working professionals have had to choose between their career and their health.
Our site makes it possible for executives, supervisors, managers, and others who worry that their company won’t be able to run without them to get the treatment they need.
Addiction does not discriminate. It affects those who are highly educated, those with years of experience, the most successful professionals, and so many others. Some studies have shown that higher-income college graduates may drink more than others. For many, unfortunately, drinking isn’t a way to “blow off steam” or relax, but a coping mechanism that becomes an addiction.
When you’re a highly-visible member of a company, you may feel that you can’t go to an alcohol or drug rehabilitation center. You may worry that it will sabotage your career, so thus you avoid treatment, which only exacerbates your addictions. This becomes a cycle that can be almost impossible to break out of on your own. That’s where drug and alcohol rehab centers for executives come in. They can get you the help you need while keeping you connected to your life.
The stereotypical vision most of us have in our heads for drug and alcohol treatment usually involves sterile, empty rooms, cut off from the rest of the world. No phones, no computers, no contact with friends and family, possibly even no television or windows – we’ve all seen that in countless movies and TV shows.
That’s not how executive treatment works.
An executive rehab center takes the “executive” part as seriously as the “rehab center” part. So, patients will have access to phones, computers, even in some cases, private conference rooms where they can continue their work.
At these facilities, staff, management, medical professionals, and everyone else understands that your work is always a priority. Indeed, your treatment plan will almost invariably be built around that.
To that end, it’s understood that many executives in high-pressure positions have turned to substance abuse as a way to reduce stress. So, improving coping strategies and better ways to deal with stress will be a major focus.
Something that’s always stressed: privacy.
Confidentiality is always a priority of an executive treatment center.
An executive who can meet their work responsibilities while at a rehab center is one that their employees will not have to worry about where they are, what they’re doing, and so forth. While your work responsibilities are a priority, at an executive rehab center, they are not the only priority. Indeed, your recovery is always prioritized as well.
Many executives are accustomed to a certain luxury. For the most part, executive treatment centers meet that standard. Pools, spas, fitness centers, massage therapy, acupuncture, five-star cuisine, Pilates, tai-chi, yoga – if there’s something that can help you to feel good, restore your mind, body, and soul, odds are you can find it at one executive rehab center or another. That said, it comes with a cost. These facilities can be more than $100K a month. Our directory has many different listings available so that you can find the best fit for you.
As an executive, you’re busy. It’s very easy to say: “I’ve got too much to do today. I’ll look into treatment tomorrow.” Then, you say that again tomorrow, the day after that, and so forth. Before long, your addiction has worsened, even more negatively affecting your job as well as your life. You can break the cycle today. From a medically-supervised detox, through many different forms of treatment, an aftercare program, and beyond, they’re all available. You can take the first step at our site. Reach out to a treatment provider and start the process today.