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Getting Your Client/Employee The Help They Need: Webinar

October 29, 2018 - News

 

On October 24, 2018 at 11:00am, Tully Hill hosted it’s first ever live webinar. A recorded version of the webinar is available upon request. This webinar was created specifically for human resource and employee assistance professionals. With 75% of adults who have an untreated substance use disorder (SUD) in the workforce, most organizations are feeling the effects of SUDs in one form or another. HR and EAPs play an important role in managing SUDs in the workplace. Tully Hill is committed to helping HR and EAPs resolve these issues by providing valuable insights and some of the highest quality SUD treatment available.

Paul Marron, director of business development at Tully Hill, went behind the scenes of the admissions and evaluations process, explaining in great detail what to expect when a client or employee is referred from start to finish.  Beth Edinger, Human Resources Manager at Tully Hill, presented a multitude of information, including legislation and best practices particularly helpful to HR professionals. The conversation was moderated by Eddie Bluff, the vice-president and co-founder of Site-Seeker, a premier digital marketing company located in New Hartford, NY. 

 

In the Webinar we covered:

  • Workplace Substance Use Disorders Are Treatable
  • Identifying Who Needs Help
  • Referring For Help: Simple & Prompt
  • Our Admission Process: We Handle Everything
  • Your Client/Employee’s Treatment & Care: An Overview

 

Find out why Tully Hill has a reputation for providing some of the highest quality chemical dependency treatment care in the state of New York by requesting a recorded copy of the webinar. Fill out the form below and we will send you the webinar and the corresponding PDF as a free resource.

 

Presenters:

Paul Marron, BA, MS

Paul has 25 years of behavioral health admissions and marketing experience in Inpatient and Outpatient mental health and substance use disorder settings. At Tully Hill since 2012, he has served as co-director of admissions and in that capacity gained extensive patient screening, evaluation, care coverage, and treatment experience. Simultaneously overseeing facility marketing, he has acquired substantial knowledge of patient referral sources and the obstacles they encounter seeking appropriate help for their clients, employees, and patients.

Beth Edinger, BS Business Economics

Beth has managed human resources at Tully Hill since 2006. A Society of Human Resource Management certified professional and PHR credentialed, she has worked in human resources since 1999. Her 19 years in the profession encompasses extensive healthcare human resources experience including management of employee substance use disorder issues.

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