Clear Life Recovery is a leading treatment center for alcohol and drug addiction. Our treatment programs include detox, residential addiction treatment, and intensive outpatient rehab in Costa Mesa.
Getting a job after addiction
If you are concerned about getting a job after long term addiction treatment, do not worry as you will find plenty of opportunities. Your previous addiction condition will not affect your job prospects in any way. In fact, after rehab, you gain more clarity in both professional and personal arenas to make a much-informed career decision. During rehab, you will be offered training using several psychotherapies to reshape and equip your mind, body, and soul to look at the positive side to life.
Your take on new opportunities will be different, especially with a sober and focused mind in place. A recent study states that those who received treatment for addiction are highly likely to get a better job than the job they held before rehab treatment. If you are still unsure, several laws and acts protect your right as a citizen and employee from all kinds of workplace and opportunity discrimination. If you already have a job and wish to continue it while attending rehab, you are in the right place. We offer the most flexible outpatient rehab in Costa Mesa, perfect for people with unavoidable job commitments.
Can my employer fire me for my addiction?
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) protects the right of a recovering addict in his/her workplace from all kinds of discrimination. The ADA restricts an employer from firing you if you request time off to attend rehab. If you are facing discrimination at work after returning from treatment, you have the right to sue your employer on charges of prejudice to the U.S. Equal Employment Opportunity Commission.
If your medical requirements qualify for attending inpatient rehab treatment, you can avail unpaid leave for up to 12 weeks, according to the Family and Medical Leave Act. During this period, your employer cannot hire someone else to replace you. The act guarantees job-protection while you are away for treatment. Your employer is liable to maintain confidentiality on all information about your addiction treatment.
Role of EMDR in addiction treatment
Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing is the practice of using sporadic visual stimulation for helping a recovering addict process his traumatic memories. During EMDR sessions, therapists encourage patients to recall disturbing memories and help them reprocess the negative feelings associated with such memories. EMDR is highly efficient in healing traumatic incidents, negative emotions, and other triggers.
EMDR is particularly useful in treating an addiction memory. Addiction memory is the root cause of continuous drug-abusing behavior in individuals and can hinder recovering addicts from recovery. Break the chains of addiction by getting in touch with our team at Clear Life Recovery. To make sure that you don’t skip school, work, or other family commitments, we offer a flexible and affordable outpatient rehab in Costa Mesa. Call us now.Outpatient Rehab Costa Mesa
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