Since our inception in
1978, EPRA has:
thousands of individuals, in recovery from the disability of
alcoholism and substance abuse, to return to work and
maintain long-term stability.
disability-specific services that address unique workplace
issues of individuals in treatment and recovery.
clients who understand and provide what employers expect
from the workforce – productivity, teamwork and
serves hundreds of recovering alcoholics and substance abusers each year.
Research studies demonstrate that the EPRA unique
program has helped clients to achieve a significant level of self esteem and career maturity.
Eighty percent of our clients were in the same job
after one year. Ninety-five
percent maintained their sobriety.
prides itself on the cost-benefits of its program to society.
Government saves an average of $18,000 per graduate for each
year of their employment.
contributions also extend to the community.
Clients have provided over 25,000 hours of volunteer
service to the not-for-profit sector.