By Market Intelligence Team

OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Of those people who called a 1-800-COCAINE line for assistance with a cocaine problem, the majority worked for small companies employing less than 500. 16% of the male callers and 25 a of the female callers reported that their employer offered an employee assistance program (EAP). Yet only 1% of these callers had ever used their EAP, according to a report of the survey results that appeared in the November, 1988 issue of Alcohol and Drug Abuse . . .
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OPEN MINDS The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry News Of those people who called a 1-800-COCAINE line for assistance with a cocaine problem, the majority worked for small companies employing less than 500. 16% of the male callers and 25 a of the female callers reported that their employer offered an employee assistance program (EAP). Yet only 1% of these callers had ever used their EAP, according to a report of the survey results that appeared in the November, 1988 issue of Alcohol and Drug Abuse . . .
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