Help and Support for Families
Do you worry a loved one has a problem with drugs or alcohol? Addiction is a family disease. Too often family members live in constant hurt, fear and desperation as they watch a loved one destroy themselves in their disease. Much of that desperation stems from not knowing how to help their loved one.
Because addiction is a family disease, family members must receive their own therapeutic treatment to help repair broken relationships, restore emotional wellness and learn how to support a loved one’s recovery. Valley Hope Family Care programs facilitate the healing of family relationships while offering the necessary support that family members and love ones need during the treatment and recovery journey.
Through sessions with a licensed therapist, family and peer group sessions and learning about the disease of addiction, family members learn how to heal from their loved one’s substance use disorder and support their recovery while protecting their own well-being.
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Online Resources for Families
Valley Hope provides an extensive archive of information and resources to help families and loved ones learn more about addiction, treatment and recovery:
THE FAMILY’S ROLE IN ADDICTION TREATMENT AND RECOVERY
DOES MY LOVED ONE HAVE AN ADDICTION PROBLEM?
WHEN A LOVED ONE RELAPSES
FAMILY MATTERS: HELPING A LOVED ONE FIND RECOVERY
SUPPORTING A LOVED ONE IN RECOVERY
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“Valley Hope saved my life. They know what they are doing, and they really care.” - Sammie, Valley Hope Alumnus
“I can't explain to you the people the staff. The experiences. The things I let go of. The people I still stay in contact with til this day. Valley Hope changed my entire aspect of life after my addiction completely blinding me of it. I would refer anyone I know to this place, and have been back multiple times to see it.” -Brittany, Valley Hope Alumnus
“I highly recommend Valley Hope to anyone that's trying to stop drinking alcohol and doing drugs. All are welcomed here. I now have four years of sobriety. Thanks for helping me get my life back, your staff was kind and loving. They showed me how I can live sober and free.” – Miguel, Valley Hope Alumnus