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According to the most recent census data
, approximately 16 percent of men in Nampa, Idaho work in the construction field, while 15 percent of women are employed in health care professions. People working in these occupations
are more likely to have substance abuse issues. This does not mean that most, or even very many, people who work in these fields are going to become addicts.
The majority of people find other ways to cope with job stress. For those who do not, however, help is available in the form of Nampa rehab centers.What to Ask Before Entering a Rehab
Before entering a rehab program, you will want to find out about accreditation and licensing. An accredited program will be staffed by qualified and experienced counselors. If you are entering an inpatient program, you should also ask about what you are allowed to bring with you. Many inpatient programs ask that patients leave devices such as cell phones and laptops at home in order to isolate them from anything that might have led to their addictions in the first place.
Which Occupations Are at Risk?
According to a Michigan State University study, occupations that are physically demanding and offer the worker little individual power are the ones in which there are the highest rates of addiction. Food service and hospitality occupations are at the top of the list.
Other occupations that are at risk include:
- Entertainment and media
- Retail sales
- Repair and maintenance
- Health care
Significantly, some of the lowest rates were found among those whose jobs involved serving society, such as protective services, education and community service.
Explore Rehabilitation Services in Nampa
Those who require help with substance abuse will find many resources in Nampa and the Boise area devoted to treatment and substance abuse recovery.
If you aren't certain where to begin, help is available by calling one of our certified counselors. We can help you find a rehab program in Nampa that can help.