These services are available for those in need of medical detoxification due to drug or alcohol withdrawal along with continued addictions recovery support and management through a virtual, online and telehealth communication system. In addition to her home city of Miami, Estes has been offering her Sober on Demand services in Los Angeles, Denver, Dallas, Seattle, San Francisco, and New York City.
“This is fully customized and completely tailored to each participant’s unique and individual needs. It’s 100% private,” said Estes. “And 100% confidential.”
Dr. Cali Estes, who is also the Founder of The Addictions Academy confirmed they are offering a new version of the Sober on Demand services they have offered in the past.
“It’s an intensive alternative to standard substance abuse rehab and drug and alcohol treatment to an audience who desperately needs these services,” she said.
This program was originally designed and set up for those in the public eye, such as actors, actresses, musicians, and professional athletes, with a heavy emphasis on holistic strategies such as nutrition, acupuncture, massage, and craniosacral therapy.
Estes also mentioned, “This program isn’t just for the celebrities and executives, it can work phenomenally in nearly any scenario we have ever faced. We get results where treatment centers fail.”
“And right now the addictions treatment industry is in crisis. The COVID-19 pandemic has 12-step meetings shut down and traditional treatment centers closing their doors. On-demand, virtual help is desperately needed, and we’re here to help,” she continued.
The nation’s opioid crisis reached new proportions in 2018 and 2019, continuing to increase from the unbelievable 70,000 deaths we saw in 2017. Overdose deaths are now higher than deaths from H.I.V, car crashes, or gun violence at their peaks.
And alcohol contributes to 88,000 deaths in the U.S. each year. Excessive drinking accounted for one in 10 deaths among working-age adults.
Estes said, “Imagine taking one of the nation’s few truly acclaimed addiction treatment centers, pulling out the pieces that work, and literally condensing their program into an express, private, and on-demand coaching experience.”
“That’s what we’ve done with our wrap-around, unique experience, in real-time,” she continued. “And we see amazing results.”
A recent story from NPR titled Opioid Addiction Is ‘A Disease Of Isolation,’ So Pandemic Puts Recovery At Risk stated, “While staying home may be the safer way to avoid getting and spreading COVID-19, addiction specialists acknowledge: Doing so may increase feelings of depression and anxiety among people in recovery — and those are underlying causes of drug and alcohol use and addiction.”
The Addictions Coach, Dr. Cali Estes, and her team have helped countless CEO’s, celebrities and sports players get their lives back on track so they don’t lose their career or their status for simple mistakes with 100% confidentiality. Estes has been named “The Female Doctor Drew” by the media. She has worked with some of the top Fortune 500 and 100 executives, celebrities and stars.
The NPR story went on to say, “Treatment options are becoming even more scarce during the pandemic.”
In response, Estes pointed out, “While we tailor the entire program to the specific client, we specialize in both medical as well as holistic modalities, such as yoga & fitness, life coaching, recovery coaching, nutraceuticals, nutrition & diet, meditation, wellness, and stress reduction. And it just works.”
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