Family involvement during treatment is essential to successful recovery. Family members are invited to participate in the recovery process so loved ones can share and address issues and feelings in a safe environment guided by caring professionals.
We provide the forum for clients and their loved ones to heal together. Our therapists work with each client’s family throughout the treatment process to provide updates on progress and changes in their treatment plan (as clinically appropriate). Call 888-879-1289 to learn more.
Clarity Way drug and alcohol rehab hosts a family day on the third Saturday of every month to help family members learn more about the recovery process. Clients and their loved ones come together to learn, heal and grow under the attentive care of our recovery support team. Attendees are encouraged to talk openly about positive coping strategies and provide and receive support from each other.
Clarity Way clinical team members provide educational information on how loved ones can be supportive and supported in recovery, the importance of boundaries and addiction as a family disease. They also provide additional support resources for family members. , Our medical director also discusses the neurobiology of addiction and the disease mode of addiction as well as the different types of medications that help prevent relapse (such as Antabuse, Vivitrol, Naltrexone and Campral).
At the request of the client and as clinically appropriate, we offer family therapy sessions onsite or via teleconference. These sessions may incorporate techniques such as motivational interviewing, which teaches family members to empathize with and respect the viewpoints of one another. Call 888-879-1289 to learn more.
The family is a critical component of addiction treatment and recovery, including effective aftercare planning and post-rehab treatment. During Family Day, loved ones learn to pinpoint signs of an impending relapse, so they can help prevent it. By coupling education with family involvement, the likelihood of long-term abstinence and addiction recovery is increased.
Families that are struggling to convince a loved one to get help for addiction may consider staging an intervention. We can help families select a trained addiction interventionist who can educate them and guide them successfully through the process. Call 888-879-1289 to learn more.