The American Nurses Association estimates as many as 8 percent of nurses have an alcohol or drug substance use disorder.
Seabrook’s substance use disorder treatment and recovery program was developed by nurses specifically to embrace and treat nurses. If you are a nurse, or know a nurse suffering from addiction, we can help.
- Expedited evaluation and admission process
- Assigned nurse recovery coordinator (RN familiar with Alternative to Discipline process) who maintains contact with patients throughout inpatient treatment and remains involved after treatment
- Assistance with license shielding paperwork
- Education and guidance related to monitoring requirements
- Facilitate ongoing evaluation and documentation
- Disability/FMLA guidance
- General community for therapy and recovery treatment
- Assigned therapists trained in the unique challenges licensed health care professionals face
- Sensitivity to issues of shame and guilt
- IOP/OP programs
- Return to work guidance
- General questions/support resource
- Rapid weight gain or loss
- Frequent anger
- Dilated pupils
- Inappropriate laughter
- Runny nose
Seabrook has been a pioneer in helping clients suffering from alcohol and drug addiction and co-occurring disorders for more than 44 years.
We offer a full continuum of care and specialty programs, including opiate detox, prescription medication and opiate addiction treatment, men’s and women’s extended care, family treatment, medication-assisted treatment and holistic treatment. Our board-certified, multi-disciplined medical team oversees all treatment programs.