The Workplace Supported Recovery website, from the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, includes an explanation of recovery-supportive workplaces, a definition of recovery, and specific recommendation for reducing the stigma against substance use disorder in the workplace.
The Drug Free Workplace Pennsylvania’s Recovery Friendly Workplace (RFW) initiative’s website provides information for businesses in creating a supportive environments that encourage the success of new hires and employees in recovery from substance use disorder.
This slide deck provides a walk-through of the Rhode Island Recovery Friendly Workplace (RFW) initiative. The presentation explains the process to become an RFW and describes the benefits of the program.
This 3-page document describes the steps to enrolling in the New Hampshire Recovery Friendly Workplace initiative. Included are details on the phases of engaging in the initiative, a list of resources for workplaces, and a section of frequently asked questions.
This 3 -page overview of the New Hampshire Recovery Friendly Workplace (RFW) initiative, created by the office of Governor Chris Sununu, provides background on the initiative’s creation, benefits of participation, and a check-list for businesses participating in the initiative.
This document provides a 1-page summary of the New Hampshire Recovery Friendly Workplace initiative led by Governor Chris Sununu’s office.
Nevada’s Recovery Friendly Workplace program offers business owners free resources to create recovery supportive workplaces. Resources on their website include training, draft policies, and technical assistance.
The New Hampshire’s Recovery Friendly Workplace (RFW) initiative’s website provides information about the initiative including information about accessing training and support for employers.
The Kentucky Chamber of Commerce’s Recovery Program for Business website provides free assistance to business to update policies and implement best practices for maintaining a drug-free workplace while supporting a recovery friendly culture.
This report from the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce describes the impact of the opioid crisis in Kentucky from the business community’s perspective.