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Family Program

Addiction affects everyone in its path. Family members must also heal from the emotional aftermath of drug and alcohol abuse. The Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration recommends that families get involved in treatment because studies suggest that addiction treatment is more effective when it includes family therapy. Family participation may increase the chances that a person stays in treatment, improve social and family relationships, and help prevent relapse.

To help our clients and their loved ones begin to rebuild their lives and relationships, we offer regular family therapy as well as a monthly two-day family program. Activities and topics are carefully planned to help families learn more about addiction and mental illness, connect them with others sharing similar struggles, and learn how to support their loved one in recovery while taking care of themselves.

Our family program takes place on weekends once a month. Please contact us for dates and times 844-876-1697.

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Our caring advisers guide clients and their loved ones through the admissions process and attend to every detail so they can focus on recovering. Call 844-876-1697 or complete the form below.

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