Addiction is a family disease and family members can benefit from participating in their loved one’s treatment. Through sessions with a licensed/certified therapist and interactive workshops, family members can learn about the complex, chronic brain disease of addiction and the family role in treatment and recovery.
By joining their loved one in the treatment experience, family members can explore healthy strategies to support their loved one during and after treatment and help create a supportive environment for their loved one when they return home, helping them embrace recovery and reduce the risk of relapse. Additionally, family members who participate in family programming can begin to identify ways to start the process of healing the wounds that addiction has caused in the family system.
Valley Hope is a place of true healing and understanding. My loved one felt safe there and the staff was so kind and accommodating. If you or a loved one need help, reach out to them; it’ll be the best decision you ever made. –Stacy, Family Alumnus
Does your loved one struggle with addiction? Call Valley Hope’s compassionate care team today to help your family member find new life in recovery: (800) 544-5101
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Family participation and support is essential during a loved one’s addiction treatment and even more important to sustain long-term recovery. Valley Hope offers individualized sessions that include family members through in-person or virtual settings to meet the needs of families unable to participate in weekend family programming. These sessions focus on the family disease of addiction, education around substance use disorders (SUD), and developing individualized strategies for healthy support throughout their loved one’s treatment as well as develop plans that will assist the family and their loved one after treatment has been completed.
Valley Hope provides healing in a loving, safe, and therapeutic environment. If your loved one is ready to find help, call our local recovery experts and begin the path to sobriety today.
A loved one’s addiction significantly impacts the family system. The results are often broken relationships and emotional wounds that can persist even after their loved one’s substance use has stopped. Additionally, the work that it takes to achieve and maintain recovery requires support, ongoing engagement, hope, and renewal.
Participation in Valley Hope’s Family Programming can help family members not only learn how to be support their loved one throughout the recovery journey, but may also learn of supportive resources, community-based services, or referrals for the family member’s own healing and support. Valley Hope’s licensed/certified therapists are equipped to help the family identify which resources may best meet their needs and recommend services the family member may find helpful within the community.
When it comes to understanding addiction, many family members still have dangerously misinformed perceptions and fears about addiction, intensifying the toxic emotions and reactions that substance use disorders cause. Valley Hope Family Programming provides education on the complex, chronic brain disease of addiction and the family role in treatment and recovery.
Once your loved one completes treatment, the recovery process truly begins. Long-term recovery is a lifelong journey for your loved one and the family. Valley Hope helps family members explore effective, healthy strategies of support that are helpful both during and after the treatment experience. Taking an active role in the treatment process and creating a supportive environment for your loved one when they return home can help them embrace recovery and reduce the risk of relapse.
At Valley Hope, we have witnessed the devastating impact addiction can take have on families. For you, for your loved one, call Valley Hope today to experience the healing power of recovery: (800) 544-5101
“Valley Hope saved my life. They know what they are doing, and they really care.” - Sammie, Valley Hope Alumna
“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 Alumna
“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