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More than 70% of employers have been impacted by prescription drugs. Are you one of them? Take the test and see where your company fits.

inCrisis Consultants delivers Crisis Management when your employees are in need.

We Make it Simple for the employee needing to make only one call — to us, not several searching for the right service provider.

We Make Clear the options we provide and arrange: Treatment for Substance Use Disorders Treatment for Mental Illness Defense Attorneys Estate & Family Attorneys Assisted Living & Memory Care for Aging Parents

We Make it Personal by visiting your business and personally meeting every employee possible. Employees must know that when they divulge their own or family’s intimate details it isn’t to some faceless operator in a call center, but actually someone completely independent from their employer — someone who keeps their issues completely confidential. Someone they now know and trust.

Call so we may visit your workplace, meet your employees and have a plan to fit your workplace.

Toll Free 1.855.702.7474 or 1.405.455.4440 or 1.310.200.7530


Of the 20.1 million in our nation who suffer from a Substance Use Disorder (SUD):

  • 75% or 15,075,000 of them are employed.

  • 55% or 11,055,000 of them are employed full-time.

  • That means nearly 10% (9.8%) of all working adults in the U.S. have an SUD.

  • Employees with an SUD are two-thirds as productive as the average worker.

  • 40% of on-the-job fatalities involve an SUD.

  • 35% of ER patients with occupational injuries have an SUD.

  • The annual costs of untreated SUDs range from $2,600 per employee in agriculture to more than $13,000 per employee in information and communications.

  • Replacing an employee costs an employer between 25% to 200% of their annual compensation, not including the loss of company knowledge, continuity and productivity.

  • 36% of workers with any SUD had a different employer the previous year. 42% for those with an opioid-related SUD. Workers with no SUD = 25%.

  • A worker with an SUD is:

    • 3 x higher employer-covered health care costs.

    • 4.5 x more likely to visit the ER.

    • 5 x more likely to ask for worker’s compensation.

  • A worker with an opioid use disorder:

    • Spends 5 x as many days in the hospital.

    • Annual direct health care costs = 8.7 higher than a non-user, which causes higher premiums for the employer.

  • 80% of lost productivity is due to Pre-Absebteeism — employees with distractions at home due to family members dealing with SUDs, health issues, financial problems, legal consequences is not absent per se, but not working at his or her optimum.

  • 20% of lost productivity is due to Absenteeism — the number of hours or days absent due to personal problems taking the employee away from work.

  • Employees who abuse drugs are more likely to:

    • Take unexcused absences.

    • Be late for work.

    • Quit or be fired within one year of employment.

  • Higher rates of SUDs are found in younger, male-dominated industries like construction.

  • Industries dominated by women or older adults have a two-thirds lower rate of substance abuse.

  • Prescription drug misuse is a a particular problem for rural-based employers. Pain meds are more available in those areas due to the number of industries there that have a high rate of injuries — such as mining and oil extraction — that are treated with opiates.

    Treatment and Recovery

    That employee who is missing an excessive amount of workdays, uses his health care benefits more than your other workers and is costing you money due to a drug or alcohol use disorder, that employee is potentially your most productive, loyal and model worker.

    Employer-supported and monitored treatment yields better sustained recovery rates than treatment initiated by family or friends.

    Employees in recovery miss the fewest days of any group — including the general workforce — at 9.5 days per year, are less likely to be hospitalized and have fewer doctor visits.

    Absenteeism decreases by 36% and work turnover decreases by 13% compared to an employee with an active SUD.

    They also have a turnover rates 21% lower than those without SUD issues.

    The National Safety Council states that by attending to an employee’s SUD issues nets a favorable ROI from $1.49 to $13.00 per dollar spent per employee referral.

    Mental health programs report the highest ROI.

    That’s why 70% of companies would like to help employees struggling with prescription drug use by holding their position for them and monitoring them.

Based upon the tasks required, we determine how we can be of service to you, and state an estimated fee through completion of them.

We were introduced to Neal and inCrisis Consultants at a time when our family was facing dire fallout from a loved one’s addiction and mental illness. Not only did his referrals to rehabilitation facilities and a criminal defense attorney prove invaluable, but his genuine concern and unwavering support assured us that we were not alone during those dark days. With Neal’s help, we cleared several hurdles in finding solutions that proved workable and ultimately beneficial for all of us. We consider ourselves extremely lucky to have crossed paths with inCrisis Consultants - our heartfelt thanks!
— David F. - Oklahoma City, OK

inCrisis Consultants, LLC is a completely independent entity.  We refer only rehabs throughout the U.S. we have visited, know the programs and staff, are accredited by CARF or the Joint Commission and members of the NAATP (National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers).

We receive NO referral fees from attorneys, therapists, physicians, treatment programs or any other service we present.  We work solely for our client — you.

Other than those involved with Client's treatment, inCrisis Consultants, LLC shall hold in strictest confidence and not use or disclose to any person the identity of Client and Client's agent(s).



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