We know that you’re going through a difficult time, and we want to help you, too! In fact, we believe that family members play an integral role in substance misuse and the disease process—as well as in sustainable long-term recovery.
Family members can be inadvertent partners of addictions, even when they mean well. We can help you understand your role in your loved one’s life and, if our client desires, can engage you in treatment through Family Clinical Days, weekly visitation, or other involvement.
Are you currently trying to convince your loved one to seek addiction treatment or inpatient drug and alcohol rehab?
We know how heartbreaking this can be, and we’re here to provide guidance and support as best we can. However, please understand that we cannot begin treatment until the person struggling has had time to reflect and is genuinely ready to begin recovery for themselves. It’s painful to accept, but as much as you want it, you can’t make someone else ready to recover.
So what can you do?
Please encourage your loved one to contact us. We will listen without judgement and provide a safe space to explore addiction treatment options. We do not pressure and will never share their information.