Founded in 2002, Hired Power is a dynamic group of recovery professionals who provide an empowering range of services in a compassionate and healing environment. Their founder, Nanette Zumwalt, is an interventionist who works all over the country, supporting clients and families struggling with addiction and mental health-related issues for over 25 years. Seeking to promote independence and empower their clients who suffer from Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD), Hired Power turned to Telehealth with Soberlink Alcohol Monitoring.
Alcohol Monitoring Case Studies
Treating an alcohol use disorder can be particularly tough when the client is a college student in recovery. Not only is it difficult for these students to stay connected to a recovery program, their temptations to drink are compounded due to the alcohol-accepting atmosphere of college. UNC Chapel Hill, the oldest State University in the Country, understands this problem and has found innovative solutions to help these students.
Mobile alcohol monitoring and dynamic support work together to ensure the continued recovery of executives in this innovative, peer-based program. The Lighthouse Sober Living residences offer comfort, amenities and support to executives and other high-level professionals. Residents go to work during the day and come back at night to personalized care in a homelike but elegant setting. Available to anyone in recovery and also included as part of a Lighthouse residential stay, The Lighthouse Recovery 365 Coaching provides companionship, camaraderie and monitoring in an atmosphere of mutual respect.
The Recovery Concierge is changing the way we think about recovery with a unique approach and innovative services for those recovering from substance use disorders and mental health issues. To support patients in recovery, The Recovery Concierge offers 4 main programs: First Response, Recovery Concierge Continuing Care, Alcohol Monitoring, and Sober Coaching & Master Mentoring. These programs and the services offered by The Recovery Concierge were born out of gaps in recovery care.
Alcohol monitoring and customized care options are changing the way we approach and view addiction treatment. The treatment industry and its methods have remained largely unchanged for nearly 50 years. But with the reclassification of addiction as a chronic disease, there’s been a shift in the treatment model. This shift has leaned away from acute and episodic care, and toward treating addiction with ongoing care.