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Workplace Solutions and Corporate Care Programs

Renascent’s Corporate Complete Care Solutions team is available to support employees and employers throughout the recovery process, ensuring everyone is on the same page, which offers advantages for both the employee and the employer

Our Corporate Complete Care Advantage

 

Since 1970, Renascent has provided inpatient and outpatient treatment programs for individuals, families, and employers affected by substance use disorders. We have built our reputation on the strength and success of our evidenced-based programs and services, and proven outcomes. Our multidisciplinary team includes registered psychotherapists, a clinical psychologist, an M.D. certified with the Board of Addiction Medicine, and certified addiction counsellors with lived experience of addiction and long-term recovery.

Renascent’s treatment programs follow an abstinence-based model that integrates 12-step facilitation with other best practices in clinical and medical approaches, including the use of medications alongside psychosocial modalities and community-based approaches including CBT, motivational interviewing, etc. These therapies combined with our clinical best practices create an effective and holistic array of counselling interventions for each client in Renascent’s care.

Our clinical expertise rests largely in the delivery of abstinence-based treatment programming in gender-distinct settings, along with concurrent disorder–capable and trauma-informed care. Our clinicians demonstrate expertise in assessment and treatment planning, with a strong focus on person-centred therapeutic interactions in the clinical setting. Psychological assessment services are also available by a registered clinical psychologist.

Renascent is proud to be fully accredited by the Canadian Centre for Accreditation, based on achieving organizational and leading practice standards for community addiction agencies in Canada.

What does it mean to be Accredited?

We are proudly accredited and in good standing with the Canadian Centre for Accreditation. This means that we have undergone an extensive review of our practices and procedures to ensure they meet the rigorous standards for quality of care, and organizational performance.

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We are proudly accredited and in good standing with the Canadian Centre for Accreditation. This means that we routinely undergo an extensive review of our practices and procedures to ensure they meet the rigorous standards for quality of care, and organizational performance. In the current unregulated marketplace of addiction treatment providers, accreditation is how we set ourselves apart from the less reputable providers who can make some of the same claims as we do, but do not provide the quality of care necessary to fulfill those claims.

As part of this intensive process, independent third-party accreditation specialists regularly spend months reviewing and evaluating every aspect of our organization, from our policies and procedures to our facilities. All staff are interviewed to ensure that they are properly certified for the work they do, and that we are routinely receiving the most up-to-date training in areas such as Non-Violent Crisis Prevention and First Aid and CPR. In this way, the accreditation specialists can determine that staff at all levels of our organization are meeting their obligations both to our clients and within the organization, with integrity. The renewal process occurs every four years, which means we are consistently upgrading to meet the Canadian Centre for Accreditation's standards.

There are three accrediting bodies that are recognized by Ontario:

  • Accreditation Canada, which specializes in hospitals and offers a primer course for organizations considering accreditation;
  • Canadian Centre for Accreditation (CCA), which is Ontario-based (but operates country-wide) and specializes in community-based agencies;
  • Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities (CARF), which is an American firm.

We chose to undergo the Canadian Centre for Accreditation's process because of their community-based specialty, their Ontario/Canadian foundation, and their philosophy, which is that they are partners with agencies and not only provide peer review audit/surveys, but also provide support to agencies in developing their protocols in order to achieve accreditation.

Why Employers Choose Renascent

Renascent’s Corporate Complete Care Solutions team is available to support employees and employers throughout the recovery process, ensuring everyone is on the same page, which offers advantages for both the employee and the employer:

  • Renascent facilitates immediate access to treatment. This makes a significant difference — a delay in entering treatment can be a barrier to recovery.
  • Weekly compliance and progress reporting keeps you informed on your employee’s progress so everyone is on the same page and working toward the same recovery goals.
  • Competitive fees mean you’re not overpaying. As a not-for-profit, Renascent’s fees are typically 30-50% less expensive than private treatment centres. When you factor in the real costs of lost productivity, unpaid leave, and replacement staffing, treatment pays for itself.
  • Hands-on case management means Renascent’s Workplace Solutions Coordinator will support you every step of the way, from arranging travel, organizing seamless entry into detox, advising on workplace reintegration, and working through client resistance or situations that threaten sobriety.

“Renascent offers a phenomenal turnaround time in assessing employees and directing them to appropriate treatment programs that deliver compliance reporting and a 15-week aftercare program. I would not hesitate to recommend Renascent to other employers. Their counsellors are compassionate but firm in dealing with employee’s various addictions.”

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Corporate Partner

Renascent Corporate Complete Care covers all the bases:

Primary Care
Renascent’s intensive inpatient treatment program is a kick-start for recovery. We work with your employee to determine the appropriate length of stay required, between 28, 35, or 42 days. Intensive outpatient treatment is also available.

Continuing Care
Renascent’s 15-week structured relapse prevention program extends counselling support, peer support, and education following the intensive treatment period. Through weekly sessions provided either on-site or over the phone, clients are guided through the transition of returning to their daily lives.

Family Care
Family Care supports the distinct but inter-related recovery needs of the employee’s loved ones, including a Children’s Program, which contributes to a more stable home life for recovery.

Alumni Care
Alumni Care supports clients in investing in their recovery over a lifetime. The Renascent Corporate Complete Care Advantage allows the employer to legally satisfy its responsibility to accommodate an employee up to the point of “undue hardship” with the certain knowledge that they have done everything in their power to help an employee reclaim their life and their ability to continue working.

  • Abstinence monitoring
  • 12 random urinalysis screens during first year
  • Additional random urinalysis screens available on request
  • Monitoring by Renascent’s Medical Director, and coordinated by Renascent’s Workplace Solutions Coordinator
  • Results of each random urinalysis screen reported to the employer
  • Corporate Complete Care treatment
  • Safety-sensitive medical assessment with a qualified physician
  • Abstinence monitoring (as described above)
  • “Fitness for Duty” medical assessment and report
  • Performance Management: This 3-hour workshop provides practical information to help frontline managers and supervisors utilize performance management techniques to motivate employees in need of addiction treatment.
  • Signs and Symptoms: This 2.5-hour workshop helps frontline managers and supervisors identify commonly used drugs (and paraphernalia) and make the connection between these drugs and the inherent behaviors exhibited by employees who use them.
  • Addiction in the Workplace: This 1.5-hour workshop is designed to help employees learn about their company policy in the context of addiction as a personal health issue, family disease, and workplace concern.

Your Road to Recovery Starts Here

Your addiction recovery journey begins with "I need help." We've helped almost 50,000 people recover from addiction. We can help you too.

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