This page provides resources for families and friends whose loved one struggle with addiction. We recognize the importance of including families in the recovery process. We believe that treatment and healing can be so much more affective when we can keep family and loved ones involved in the process of healing.

We accommodate with family sessions at our treatment center.   

We educate families about the progression of the disease of substance abuse. Our treatment center helps pregnant substance - dependent women to achieve recovery from drugs and alcohol.

Our doctor prescribes buprenorphine/naloxone (Suboxone), buprenorphine (Subutex), methadone and extended-release injectable naltrexone, when appropriate for the client. All these medications are FDA-approved medications shown to be highly effective in the treatment of opioid addiction, a chronic, life-threatening disease that affects millions of Americans.  We recognize that not everyone in recovery is able to achieve total abstinence from all substances, therefore, opioid- dependent individuals are being evaluated by our addiction specialist for the maintenance option with buprenorphine. 

Please visit this link to learn more about alcohol and drug abuse at National Institute on Alcohol Abuse, NIH.

This resource helps family to  intervene and offer help to a family member who struggles with alcoholism.  
http://apps.cignabehavioral.com/web/basicsite/consumer/educationAndResourceCenter/alcoholism/interventionGuide.pdf

Here is free resources and support groups for families and friends created by Smart Recovery-the leading self-empowering addiction recovery support groups http://www.smartrecovery.org/resources/family.htm 

Dealing with a loved one who is challenged by addiction can be nearly all-consuming for a spouse, parent, sibling or friend. It's not uncommon to feel at a total loss for how to be helpful. There are proven alternatives to "tough love" and other intervention style ultimatums for helping a loved one. A combination of SMART Recovery program tools (based on cognitive therapy) and CRAFT (Community Reinforcement and Family Training) can help individuals regain control and maintain communication with their loved one. Pls see this resource http://www.smartrecovery.org/resources/articlesessays.htm

Rational Recovery® support groups are family centered, expecting addicts to accommodate the family’s reasonable expectation of lifetime abstinence from alcohol and other drugs. Here are the resources to explore http://rational.org/index.php?id=91

Parents often lack information when it comes to their kids and drug abuse. This resource will teach parents how to talk to their kids about drug abuse, and what they can do if they find their child has been using drugs. Click on the image to read more.

There are many free support groups available for aftercare sobriety maintenance -
AA 12 steps - www.aa.org
NA 12 steps - http://www.na.org/
SOS - http://www.sossobriety.org/
Smart Recovery - http://www.smartrecovery.org/
Moderation Management - http://www.moderation.org/
Women for Sobriety - http://www.womenforsobriety.org/beta2/
Life Ring - http://lifering.org/
Rational Recovery - www.rational.org
Rethinking Drinking - http://www.rethinkingdrinking.niaaa.nih.gov/

Call us today for information at  (844) 867-7326 !