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Family support is an intricate part of the recovery process for the individual. A lot of healing needs to take place within the entire family and that process starts here. Our programs at Drug Treatment U.S. are designed to further promote a family environment, and healthy relationships. Parent and family participation in encouraged inside of our programs to better ensure the healing recovery of you and your loved one.
Understanding alcoholism and addiction is an important part of the family component when dealing with an addict/alcoholic. To help your loved one suffering from alcoholism or addiction, Drug Treatment offers 24/7 parent and family support. Our addiction specialists and addiction counselors have guided the healing process amongst families for over 20 years.
“Parents supporting parents can be just as impactful and young men working with their peers. Our alumni families and family supporters of Drug Treatment have volunteered to support other parents and family members dealing with an addict/alcoholic. We are extremely grateful for the continued support of both our alumni and their families.”- David Jones III, Outreach Coordinator
Twelve step support groups are also available to help families of addicts/alcoholics. We strongly recommend you attend Al-Anon meetings and Alateen (for young Al-Anon members). Al-Anon members share their experience, strength and hope in working with the addict/alcoholic and engage in their own self-healing program as outlined in the Twelve Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous.
We would be glad to connect you with our family support network. If your struggling with a loved one and you’re not sure how to help, you don’t have to do it alone. We’re here to help.
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