What is a Recovery-Ready Workplace?

Recovery-Ready Workplaces are characterized by the adoption of policies and practices that:

  • Expand employment opportunities for people in or seeking recovery;
  • Inform employees in recovery that they may have the right to reasonable accommodations and other protections that can help them keep their jobs;
  • Reduce the risk of substance use and substance use disorder, including through education and steps to prevent injury in the workplace;
  • Facilitate help-seeking among employees with substance use disorder; and,
  • Ensure access to needed services, including treatment, recovery support, and mutual aid.
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