The baffling power of this disease can blind you to the fact that you cannot talk your loved one out of their destructive behavior. The disease takes advantage of your love and compassion, often manipulating you into enabling your loved one rather than helping them.
We know what it feels like to fear your loved one is lost forever, if they don’t get the help they desperately need. You’ve lost control. You need a new perspective and an enlightened approach to understand and deal with this disease. We’ve been right where you are now and we can help. For the past thirty years, we’ve dedicated ourselves to the sole purpose of helping thousands of patients and their families recover.
Trying to help a loved one who has the disease of addiction can be overwhelming and confusing. Everything about fighting the disease can seem counterintuitive. Know that we will guide you every step of the way, as we assist you in gaining the objectivity needed to intervene.
Don’t let your worst fears come true. Let us help you. Too often, without treatment, those suffering with addiction end up in jail, mental hospitals or sometimes, even dying before they receive the help they need. Stop carrying the burden for your loved one’s life.
Instead, let us help you get your loved one back! Enjoy a restored relationship, full of hope and purpose. Get back on the path to a brighter future with your family. We’re here to help you every step of the way.
We can help you get your loved one back: The first step is to call us. Reach out to our team of dedicated professionals. We have the answers and a plan to help you gain the confidence to help your loved one.
The key is to come in for an appointment to talk with someone on our team. Let one of our dedicated counselors meet you and provide you with an individualized plan of action. We will help you navigate a clear path to helping your loved one. You’ll find one of the many advantages of working with a non-profit recovery center is the amount of time we dedicate to speaking with you to understand your unique situation.
Our priority is to make sure we get patients where they need to be – whether it is with us or another appropriate provider.