This project is based on best practices of drug-free workplace initiaties and aligns work organizations, who qualify to enroll in Ohio BWC's Drug-Free Safety Program for a discount on their workers' compensation insurance.
What is We Care at Work?
WE CARE AT WORK
Drug-Free Workplace Policy & Program Development
Paid for by the Mental Health and Recovery Services Board of Allen, Auglaize, and Hardin Counties, participating companies will complete the Working Partners Program to develop comprehensive drug-free workplace (DFWP) policies/programs.
Paid for by each business and facilitated on-site by PVFF. Other delivery options for employee education include Training of Trainers (TOT), webinars and On Demand courses. Curriculum will be developed and technically supported by Working Partners and covers a broad trande of relevant topics.
Paid for by each busines and facilitated on-site by PVFF. Other delivery options for supervisor training include Training of Traniers (TOT), webinars and On Demand courses. Curriculum will be developed and technically supported by Working Partners and cover a broad range of relevant topics.
Drug & Alcohol Testing
Each business will have access to group-prices qualitifed testing through membership into the Working Partners Consortium, utilizing local and regional collection facilities.
Employee Assistance Services
Employees who either voluntarily seeek assistance or test positive on a workplace drug test will be connected to a wide variety of workplace-specific services including:
Screening and Briefing Intervention
Alcohol and other drug awareness
Array of treatment programs
Paid for by the Mental Health and Recovery Services Board through a contract with Coleman Professional Services, employers will have the ability to refer employees for on-site assessments for substance use disorders.
This program is designed for those who do not meet the level of care for long-term treatment but there is some question as to the severity of the problem. STEPS focuses on the effect of substance abuse/use, psychological, social and biological influences, phases of use, withdrawal and risk guidelines.
Employees who have been assessed will be referred to the proper community programs at the correct level of care. Assistance services will be paid for by each employee via his or her insurance or sliding fee scale, based on assessed need by a company's Employee Assistance Program (EAP) or Coleman Professional Services.
Intensive outpatient treatment:
Intensive treatment designed for those who have been identified as having a substance dependance issue. Treatment services are more intensive than standard outpatient services.
Treatment is designed for those who have been identitied as having a substance dependance issues. Treatment services are indiviualized with recommendations being based on length of substance use, what substance is being used, whether the person has had previous treatment, etc.
ALCOHOL/OTHER DRUG AWARENESS
This an educational group that focuses on basic education regarding substance use and abuse and its effects on one's body. This program would most commonly be used for those with an abuse diagnosis who may have encountered their first legal consequence as a result of their use.
MEDICATION ASSISTED TREATMENT
Services provided by a medical professional directly related to the use of medications to provide a whole patient approach to the treatment of certain substance disorders.
Wright Distribution Centers, Inc.
City of Lima
Crossroads Crisis Center
Spherion of Lima, Inc.
Auglaize County Commissioners
AUDIT - Spherion of Lima, Inc.
MLJ Hardin County District Library
Buehler Asphalt Paving
Hedstrom Plastic West
Health Partners of Western Ohio
Lima Pallet Company
Allen County Board of Developmental Disabilities
Chiles-Laman Funeral and Cremation Services
Dennis Ley Insurance
ServPro of Lima
Buschur Electric, Inc.
AAP St. Mary's Corp.
Allen County Council on Aging
Reineke Lincoln, Inc.
Thermal Technology, Inc.
All Service Glass
Golden Giant, Inc.
Hope Ministry Park (New Hope Fellowship)
Village of Ada
Crime Victim Services
Tuttle Construction, Inc.
Kohli & Kaliher Associates, Inc.
Wannemacher Enterprises, Inc.
West Ohio Food Bank
Wright Consolidated, Inc.