Addiction Help for Families | Addiction Support - Family Programs

We help people suffering from addiction, mental health, and trauma realize they hold value and deserve a fulfilling life without drugs or alcohol. We focus on healing the whole person and we invite those affected by someone’s struggle into the process. People who take part in our Family Program will meet with a licensed clinician to work through issues of trust, establish healthy boundaries, and learn about addiction and recovery. We know addiction and mental health affect more than just one person. Our goal is to help them and their loved ones move beyond the past and move forward together.

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Have you wondered about a loved one’s drug or alcohol habits? Do you find yourself searching the internet for resources? If yes, your loved one may have a problem.

Here are the top five signs that someone may be struggling with addiction:

  • Continued use despite negative consequences
  • Deteriorating relationships with friends and family
  • Loss of interest in activities they once enjoyed
  • Frequent failed attempts at sobriety
  • Difficulty meeting financial obligations
  • If you checked three or more boxes, your loved one might have a problem. You are not overreacting.
Family Addiction Help

Family Program Includes

ASSESSMENT

Immediate family members receive an initial assessment to determine the clinical necessity of the program. The family services team will contact the family members and administer the Core Support Questionnaire assessment.

INDIVIDUAL FAMILY SESSIONS

Individual family sessions are offered to the entire family to develop communication skills, boundaries, identifying family roles, and forgiveness to move the family into a place of reintegration.

CASE MANAGEMENT

Families are offered referrals to a community partner with the option of a long-term family therapy commitment.

MULTI-FAMILY GROUP

This group provides family members a forum to gather and learn about addiction, mental health, and trauma in the same way the individual is in their treatment. This gives family members the knowledge and understanding to relate to the individual and form an intersection of healing connection.

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Resources for Loved Ones Affected By Addiction

Addiction doesn’t occur in a vacuum. Children, parents, friends and spouses often struggle with feelings of hopelessness and fear. We treat addiction by integrating the family into the process, so all impacted by addiction can co-recover together.

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Peer Support Groups

Al Anon & Al Ateen
Nar-Anon
SMART Recovery Family & Friends
Learn to Cope

Books

Codependent No More
Beyond Addiction
Don’t Let Your Kids Kill You
Get Your Loved One Sober

FIVE SIGNS YOU NEED HELP TOO:

  1. Always putting the other person’s feelings first
  2. Taking responsibility for the person suffering from addiction
  3. Difficulty setting and maintaining personal boundaries
  4. Keeping the relationship to avoid abandonment
  5. Trouble talking about feelings

We are dedicated to using a systems approach to serving our clients and their families. We treat addictions, mental health, and trauma from a system perspective which means that the integration of family presence into the treatment experience is key. Life is a collaborative process, and we recognize that no one is an island. By honoring this truth, we find that by offering a parallel service to the family while the individual is in treatment, we create an intersection of understanding for all impacted by the addictions, mental health, and trauma that has taken place in the system. Discover supportive systems with our family rehab program.

When treating addiction, we are helping people live without something, when treating mental health, we are helping people accept living with something, and in treating trauma we align the two. Family members need to understand and receive support just like the individual does to have alignment when they reunite and continue their journey. Families are families for life. How those families function vary, and our goal is to give the foundational tools to support a commitment from all members of the family to adjust toward living a better life as a family system.

We accept most major insurance and have affordable cash pay options

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What is a Family Program?

ASSESSMENT

The identified family members will receive an initial assessment to determine the clinical necessity for the family system. Upon Intake the family services team will contact the family members and administer the Core Support Questionnaire assessment.

INDIVIDUAL FAMILY SESSIONS

Individual family rehab program sessions will be offered with the entire family system to develop skills in communication, boundaries, identifying family roles, and forgiveness to move the family into a place of reintegration. PHP clients will receive family services once a week. IOP clients twice a month and OP clients will be referred to a community provider. Part of a client’s IOP discharge plan will be to join the therapy that has been set up for the family.

CASE MANAGEMENT

Families will be offered referrals for individual therapy or family system work with a long-term commitment through some light triage services. Our family services team will work with our Outreach team to find support services for family members in their community.

MULTI-FAMILY GROUP

This family rehab program group will provide family members a forum in which to gather and learn about addiction, mental health, and trauma in the same way the individual is in his or her treatment episode. This gives family members the knowledge and understanding to relate to the individual and form an intersection of connection for healing. Family members also receive an opportunity to connect and process what their experience as a family member has been like living with the individual. The group experience will help to normalize and create community and demystify their experience. Sickness lives in secrets and healing comes in sharing. The families can share their experiences and learn new ways to respond to the individual that honors both the family and the individual. This supports the family members and the individual to become “bi-lingual” and speak the same language when sharing their experiences from different angles. This group will meet once a week for two hours. Segments of the group will be designed to educate the families and then give them an opportunity to process what they’ve learned, ask questions and share their experience.

OUR CONTINUUM OF CARE

Addiction and Mental health treatment aren’t one-size-fits-all. We offer a continuum of care focused on transitioning each person through our various levels of care. Clients are not required to start or end at a certain point in the treatment process. Our clinicians assess each person and then make an informed recommendation of what level of care is needed. We work with the individual, the insurance providers and families to determine which treatment plan will provide the best possible outcome. We offer up to a year of continuous treatment for mental health, trauma and addiction and a lifetime of recovery support services.

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Get Help Today at AspenRidge Recovery

At AspenRidge Recovery, we offer a continuum of care focused on transitioning clients through different levels, which provides better and sustainable long-term recovery. Our therapists work with people and families to determine the best level of care. Call us now at (855) 281-5588 to get started.

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