A Better Today

Teacher Appreciation
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A Better Today Recovery Services says #Thank A Teacher by giving back

Now, more than ever, teachers need to be appreciated for their dedication, that is why A Better Today Recovery Services is announcing our Teacher Appreciation Program. ABTRS understands that getting sucked into addiction can happen to anyone. Sometimes it happens to those who work hard at their jobs and develop unhealthy coping strategies for stress.

According to the National Center for Education Statistics in 2011, teachers worked more than 52 hours a week. These hours were spent on instruction lesson prep, tutoring, and grading school work. To make matter worse, 65% of teachers say that public school teachers’ salaries are NOT fair for the work they do and the effort they put into educating the next generation.

Alcoholism begins with the bad habit of having a couple of beers to unwind after a long and stressful day. When that becomes the only means of distressing for teachers because that is the only time you have, they put their health and career in danger.

ABTRS wants to help the teachers who educate our children and prepare them for the future by providing confidential, no cost outpatient treatment to help those who meet the criteria for admission. We’re offering no cost and confidential Evening Intensive Outpatient Services (EIOP). Apply today for 8 hours a week of outpatient services at no cost. Treatment is from 5pm to 8pm on Monday, Tuesday, and Thursday beginning June 1st.

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ABTRS Teacher Appreciation Program

EIOP

Evening Intensive Outpatient Program

NO COST

EIOP with Confidential Qualifications

8 HOURS

Group Therapy Each Week

Apply today to qualify for ABTRS IOP program for Teacher Appreciation Week. Eight hours a week of group therapy during May 6th through the 12th.

Even the communities best and brightest can develop an addiction and ABTRS wants to be there for them when they need it the most. Let us help you so you can get back to your classroom and inspire the next generation to become leaders.

Teachers welcome to apply for no-cost EIOP today.

ABTRS Teacher Appreciation Program Details

Find out if you meet the criteria that qualifies you for ABT’s Teacher Appreciation Program. Contact us during the second week of May to see if you’re eligible. Exact qualification dates are:

May 6 – 12th

Individuals who qualify for the program will start evening outpatient treatment groups during the first week of June.

Start Date: June 3rd

Days: Monday, Wednesday, Thursday

Time: 5:00PM – 8:00PM

Duration: 4 Weeks

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How Common is it for Teachers to Do Drugs and Binge Drink?

  • Over 90% of adults who abuse alcohol report binge drinking in the past month.
  • Binge drinking is greater among higher educational levels.
  • Prevalence of depression in the education industry is around 10%.
  • Education professionals may use substances as mood enhancers.
  • 9.5% of full-time workers ages 18 to 64 have substance use disorder.
  • In 2012, 5.5% of education professionals were living with addiction.
  • 4.8% of education professionals engaged in illicit drug use in the past month.
  • 4.7% of education professionals heavily drank alcohol in the past month.

Can I Use Intermittent FMLA For This No-Cost IOP Service?

Yes, you can use Intermittent FMLA for this type of outpatient treatment. The best part about use Intermittent FMLA is that is completely confidential to all management, supervisors, and employees.

What is Intermittent FMLA?

Instead of leaving for the full 12 months, intermittent FMLA is an option for employees who want to use FMLA leave in a more flexible way. For example, FMLA is often used for surgeries or medical procedures that require a length of consecutive leave time. Intermittent FMLA leave involves using days or hours, broken down into increments over the year. So, if you were doing physical therapy or outpatient services and it required you to take off of work 3 hours early to make these appointments or session, Intermittent FMLA would be what you would utilize.

Intermittent FMLA can also be used to care for a family member with a serious illness or receive treatments over time. When an employee who suffers from a condition or illness that causes “flare-ups” or periods of time where they cannot work is another incident where intermittent FMLA is utilized.

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Reliable Sources Matter to ABTRS

At ABTRS, we believe it is important to use reputable sources when communicating with our patients, their families, and potential clientele. Therefore, we have built all our information, statistics, treatment modalities, and practices on reliable resources that are supported by data, scientific methodology and/or testing. A strong foundation for recovery should be built upon knowledge that is impartial, not funded by organizations that could benefit from certain outcomes, and proven or tested to be effective for substance abuse treatment and aftercare. Below are the sources used to construct the content on our website and any and all written material from ABTRS. We will continue to try to provide our patients and their families with reputable sources that are up to date and relevant.

Substance Use and Substance Use Disorder, by Industry. The CBHSQ Report: April 16, 2015. Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. Retrieved from https://www.samhsa.gov/data/sites/default/files/report_1959/ShortReport-1959.html

CDC – Fact Sheets-Binge Drinking – Alcohol. (2018, October 24). Retrieved from https://www.cdc.gov/alcohol/fact-sheets/binge-drinking.htm

MetLife Survey of American Teachers. Retrieved from http://www.metlife.com/assets/cao/contributions/foundation/american-teacher/MetLife-Teacher-Survey-2011.pdf

National Center for Education Statistics 2011-12 Schools and Staffing Survey

Prevalence rates for depression by industry: a claims database analysis., 2014. Social psychiatry and psychiatric epidemiology. Retrieved from https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4557731/

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