What you need to know to help your loved one get help. To bring hope and healing to those trapped in addiction, please check out our parent resources below.
By Hugh C. McBride
If one of your family members is struggling with alcoholism or drug addiction’there are two important facts that you need to know:
l. Your actions can help (or hinder your loved one's ability to achieve and maintain long-term addiction recovery.
2. The addiction and its treatment will impact your life and the lives of other family members.
Addiction is a family disease, and understanding how this disease can impact and be affected by the actions of others can significantly improve your chances of making the best decisions for yourself and for your addicted family member. For more information click here.
By Leslie Davis
Whether your teens are in treatment for substance abuse, eating disorders, video game addictions, depression or behavioral issues, our participation is going to be important to their full recovery. Click here for more information.
Check out the nine important facts that are provided to help clear up misinformation about addiction so that you can be better prepared to help someone struggling with substance abuse. Click here for more information.