A Customized Report for Your 1,000 Employees in theUnited States
Arts, Entertainment, Recreation, Hospitality Industry
Arts, Entertainment, Recreation, Hospitality
Untreated Substance Use Disorders Threaten the Lives of Employees and Their Families
Untreated substance use disorders do much more than reduce productivity and increase health care costs. They also expose employees and their families to greater risk in their daily lives.
Compared to employees without substance use disorders, employees with substance use disorders are significantly more likely to experience health problems related to their substance use. In the last year, there are likely to have been:
|42||more employees and family members with serious psychological distress|
|27||more employees and family members with major depressive disorder|
|12||more employees and family members experiencing anxiety in the past year|
|31||more employees and family members more likely to smoke|
Employees are more likely to get arrested or be involved in violence when they have a substance use disorder.
Compared to people without substance use disorders:
|60||more employees and family members are likely to have been arrested in the past year|
|175||more employees and family members are likely to drive under the influence of alcohol and other drugs|
|27||more employees and family members are likely to have committed an act of domestic violence within the past year|
|18||more employees and family members are likely to have committed an act of violence within the past year|