Family Support Program for Addicts

Family Support – Empowering Family Healing

Alcoholism and addiction affect everyone involved, including the families of those who are suffering.

We believe family involvement in the treatment process is important to the success of the client and the effective healing of the family unit. Family members are encouraged to participate at all stages of their loved one’s recovery process.

We offer a personalized approach to family support. This allows us to ensure patients and parents align towards a successful path to recovery.

All staff members at Amethyst Recovery Center are committed to guiding and supporting families as they navigate their way through their recovery journey.

Family Addiction Resources

A Guide for Children of Addicts
Nobody is safe from the sting of addiction, not even those as …
Letter to his Mom
An Addicted Son’s Letter to His Mom Dear Mom, I know raising …
Resources for College Students Struggling with Addiction
At Amethyst, our goal is to meet people where they are in life, whether …
A Guide for Spouses of Individuals Suffering from Substance Abuse
Living with substance abuse is never easy. Those who suffer are fighting …
A Guide for Parents of Teens Suffering from Substance Abuse
Just like there is no one-size-fits-all method for treatment, there is no …
Domestic Abuse, Sexual Violence, and Substance Abuse
Domestic violence and substance abuse are often linked together. Many studies have …
Aftercare Programs To Help Your Loved Ones: A Parent's Guide
Alcoholism and drug addiction don’t just impact the sufferer; it affects the …
Children of Addiction: How Do We Help Them?
It's important to treat the addict, but the …

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    Whether you or your family member is struggling with addiction, you are not alone in this journey. Explore our expansive addiction resources, including our guides for teens, parents, and spouses, as well as relatable recovery stories from Amethyst Alumni.

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