Access Helpful Resources
We’ll introduce you to long-term support resources for family members of addicts like Al-Anon and Nar-Anon. We can also recommend therapists, doctors and recovery activities for you and your loved ones. At week’s end you and your loved one will meet with a counselor to talk about the week and discuss recommendations for moving forward in treatment.
Get Guidance From Family Specialists
Our family program leaders are passionate, caring professionals specially trained in addiction and family issues. We like to call ourselves “wounded healers.” We’ve been there with our own family members. We know your fears, hopes and frustrations. You’ll benefit from both our professional and personal experience.
Learn How to Communicate Effectively
Communication with addicts can sometimes feel like a one-way street. We’ll teach you and your loved one to express yourselves honestly and respectfully. You’ll learn about healthy boundaries and how to reach compromises that everyone can live with.
Reconnect With Your Loved One
Following our five-day program, you’re encouraged to remain in town over the weekend to visit with your loved one. As clinically appropriate, you can take your loved one off campus to spend time with each other outside the treatment environment. This gives you a chance to process the week and spend some quality time together.
We view families as holy ground. We understand that people’s lives and destinies are at stake when it comes to addiction. Our approach reflects that. Our family program promotes honesty and healing and gives you the tools to move forward.