Welcome to our page about how to find a new job with Oxycontin addiction. It is common, for those with Oxycontin addiction to seek employment that is enjoyable. They may want to experience the workplace and continue to be physically and mentally well.
The modern workforce has shifted in considerable ways. There are now, tons of independent contractor opportunities that are possible. They include, driving for car companies, delivering food, products or promoting services. These are not always considered jobs in the traditional use of the word.
There are some positions that are legally required to offer employment to those in recovery from addiction. The question, is always how do you know if it will be a fit for you? The answer is, you may benefit from understanding yourself. How do you feel at work? How do you handle a regular schedule of days at a position?
We provide a coaching and educational program, to help those with Oxycontin addiction. We’re hopeful to allow you to find the right path forward. It is never easy, to navigate all of the potential factors that may be considered. Our goal is to give you a positive outlook, at what may help you the most.
Our founder lives with bipolar and his brother died of addiction. He has written several books about these topics. They include Depression, Bipolar and Heroin, Beating Bipolar, The Positive Worker: Developing A Winning Attitude At Work. The Psychology of Adult Coloring, Like Mother, Like Son and Depresion, Bipolar Y Heroina.
We may be reached at our offices at (213) 304-9555 . We’re able to be emailed at firstname.lastname@example.org.