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Articles in Category - Family Resources

Articles in Category - Family Resources

How To Parent An Adult Child With An Addiction How To Parent An Adult Child With An Addiction

Many parents never imagined that their child, who may have experimented with drugs in adolescence, would grow up to become addicted. The truth is that they are still your child, but their brain is “hijacked” by the drugs. Parents of a child with an addiction, no matter the age, brings fear and sadness. At some […]

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Common and Mistaken Beliefs about Treatment and Recovery Common and Mistaken Beliefs about Treatment and Recovery

It’s not unusual for family members to have questions or misconceptions about addiction and recovery.  Maybe more than any other medical condition, the field of substance use disorders and addiction have been plagued with misinformation, stereotypes, and mistaken beliefs. We’d like to address the most common misconceptions here. Family Members and Loved Ones Often Believe… […]

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Tips To Help Your Loved One While They Are In Treatment Tips To Help Your Loved One While They Are In Treatment

Committing to treatment is a huge step, but it’s not easy.  Your loved one is away from home and removed from various things they love, including you. It’s tremendously difficult to navigate life without the mask of alcohol and drugs. It’s worthwhile, and means addressing problems that haven’t been in a long time. During your […]

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Is My Loved One Using Drugs Or Alcohol? Is My Loved One Using Drugs Or Alcohol?

Parents, family members, and friends are in the best position to determine if a loved one is using drugs or alcohol.  If you have landed on this page due to a similar concern, we’re here to help. Early identification and intervention is crucial, and the information provided below is meant to start the process. Each […]

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Resources For Families With An Addicted Loved One Resources For Families With An Addicted Loved One

It’s not selfish to get help for yourself in the face of your loved one’s addiction. As a matter of fact, it’s helpful and can make a huge difference. Whether or not your loved one has accepted treatment, you can help yourself.  Millions of family members have been where you are.  You’re not alone. An […]

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