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How to Handle Addiction Brought on by Job Stress

Job Stress and Substance Abuse: What You Need to Know

Which are the most stressful jobs? Firefighters, police officers, airline pilots, health care workers, attorneys, military…people that we count on to protect and care for our society.

Studies show many, if not all, job-stressed personnel qualify as suffering from at least mild PTSD.

Estimates suggest substance abuse among individuals with PTSD may be as high as 60–80%.

And this is reflected in America’s workplace. These are the people we want to help, because trying to quit on your own is almost never successful.

At Novus Detox we are the national leader in comfortable, confidential, safe and effective withdrawal methods, delivered in a peaceful setting, where clients can even continue to work remotely while going through withdrawal. Everything about Novus has been designed to be the optimum first step to a successful recovery.

We want to help you get your life back.

Call us to find out more.

At Novus you’ll find:

  • A “spa-like” atmosphere
  • A tailored withdrawal –
  • Adjusted as necessary
  • Complete confidentiality
You’ll have:

  • Freedom to work on your laptop or phone
  • No set schedule
  • Delicious food, snacks 24/7
From a Client:

“I was taking 300 — 600mg of methadone daily. Up to 1200 at times. All hope was gone, no detox would take me. Fourteen days after, I leave here drug free and miraculously, my detox was 99% pain free.”

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