Healthcare and other professionals mandated to inpatient addiction treatment from licensing boards or monitoring/advocacy programs will find the CeDAR Professionals Program focuses on their specific needs. Issues related to stigma, connection to recovering professional peers, accountability, return-to-work planning, and advocacy are incorporated into the program and addressed in an individualized treatment plan that includes:
CeDAR follows the philosophy that addiction and co-occurring disorders are chronic, life-threatening biopsychosocial diseases affecting all aspects of a person’s functioning. The program model utilizes an evidence-based approach to integrating addiction and mental health treatment into a comprehensive whole.
Program components include:
Professionals will benefit from a structured gender-responsive program which is safe and conducive to advancing early recovery gains. During residential treatment, their needs will be assessed and managed in an individualized manner. Our programs are designed to provide participants with therapeutic activities in group, individual and peer support formats.
CeDAR Professionals Program includes:
CeDAR recognizes the critical work done by referring Physician Health Programs (PHP’s), Wellness Programs, organizations, and other monitoring/diversion programs who work to maintain public safety, while also maximizing the health and well-being of troubled professionals.
We also recognize that professionals referred by these oversight groups benefit most from involvement with multiple systems of care. Addiction treatment for professionals in conjunction with longer-term monitoring significantly increases a professional’s chance to achieve lasting recovery, maintain their profession and protect public welfare.
For more information, please contact the CeDAR Professionals Program Clinical Nurse Specialist Bari Platter at or email the Professionals Program Admissions Team at firstname.lastname@example.org.Contact the Professionals Program Team
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