15 Things Outcome Monitoring Does For Substance Abuse Recovery

If you were to purchase a new stereo, take it home, plug it in, and find that it does not work, what would you do?  Most individuals would handle this situation by returning to the store from which the item was purchased, and requesting a working replacement item.  What if the store actually checked up on you to ensure that the purchased product worked as intended, and helped you resolve any difficulties you encountered when using the product?  You would probably consider this to be excellent customer service, and would feel certain that no matter what occurred, you would certainly be satisfied with a fully operational product.  Why should receiving drug rehabilitation treatment be any different? Continue reading