HIMS for Pilots

By May 12, 2019CHARITY

An industry wide effort to help maintain the safety of airline transportation, the Human Intervention Motivational study is a occupational substance abuse treatment program specific to commercial pilots the coordinates the identification, treatment and return to work process for affected aviators.*

The program has several components and lasts a minimum of 10 years. If there is a relapse, the pilot remains in the program for the life of the licensure. For those that elect to participate, 92% of participants are still sober after 10 years.


Intervention – (ROCK BOTTOM / Motivation)

Evaluation / Treatment Planning


Inpatient Treatment (Typically 90 day minimum)

Intensive Outpatient Treatment (IOP)

Sober Living/Transitional Living (optional)

Continuous Random Drug Testing

Continuous Peer Group Support – 12 Steps

Case Manager – Recovery Advocate


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