Enumah Recovery Services
Interventions and Sober Transport (Services for Men and Women)
Intervention is a professionally directed, education process resulting in face to face meetings of family members, friends and/or employer with the person in trouble with alcohol or drugs. People who struggle with addiction are often in denial about their situation and unwilling to seek treatment. They may not recognize the negative effects their behavior has on themselves and others. Intervention helps the person make the connection between their use of alcohol and drugs and the problems in their life.
The goal of intervention is to present the alcohol or drug user with a structured opportunity to accept help and to make changes before things get even worse. We will take into account the particular circumstances surrounding the alcohol or drug use, suggest the best approach, and provide guidance for what type of treatment and follow-up plan is likely to work best.
We assist residents with education and employment support. Your success and career are important and we can help! Tanya, the owner, has 25 years of successful human resources experience. She can help with your aspirations by providing assistance with job interviewing skills, preparing resumes, researching job opportunities, and developing educational plans for residents who wish to begin or continue higher education. We understand and recognize that this is a valuable aspect of your recovery.
Recovery coaching is a form of strengths-based support for people with addictions or in recovery from alcohol, drugs or other addictive behaviors. Recovery coaches are helpful for making decisions about what to do with one's life and the part addiction or recovery plays in it. Our coaches can help a client find resources for counseling, family support and support groups. Coaches also help a client create a change plan to recover on their own.
Recovery coaches do not offer primary treatment for addiction, do not diagnose, and are not associated with any particular method or means of recovery. They support any positive change, helping persons coming home from treatment to avoid relapse, build community support for recovery, or work on life goals not related to addiction such as relationships, work, or education. Recovery coaching is action-oriented with an emphasis on improving present life and reaching future goals.