Addiction touches the lives of a great number of people, including professionals and other working people. Many find it difficult to ask for help, which is especially true for highly productive people. Many people will then struggle with progressive addiction (chemical, behavioral, etc.). Many will also go to great lengths denying problems to others and themselves, even when mental/physical health problems begin to mount, or when workplace and supportive relationships begin to deteriorate. A person's role or demands at work may be a contributing factor for onset or progression of illness; it may also be a perceived barrier to seeking help. Reaching out for help may feel daunting, especially when coupled with feelings of embarrassment, shame, remorse, worry. Finding help that preserves dignity, remains discreet, as well as effective may feel like a tall order. Many will want to access a continuum of outpatient services that can integrate with work, home, and family/social life, while remaining discreet.