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For a Loved One

There’s Hope

We understand the fear and heartbreak you’re feeling right now, and we want you to know that there’s still hope for addiction and mental health treatment for a loved one. We’ve helped thousands of people recover from substance abuse and mental health disorders. We know the power of recovery, and we can help your family come together again.

For a Loved One

How We’ll Help With Treatment for a Loved One

Our P.A.T.H. outpatient treatment teams are made up of compassionate, experienced clinicians who use evidence-based therapies shown to be effective in treating people with addictions and mental health disorders. These approaches don’t just help your loved one work through substance abuse and other destructive behaviors, they get to the core reasons behind their unhealthy coping methods. We’ll help your loved one address underlying traumas and mental health issues and develop healthier coping skills so they’ll feel less propelled to self-medicate.

You’re Important to Their Recovery

The road to recovery will be a bumpy one but you can make a difference. Studies show that families play a critical role in their loved one’s successful recovery from mental health issues and addiction. Although, these challenges have likely harmed your relationship with your loved one, becoming active in their treatment and recovery can be powerfully healing for both of you. Furthermore, clients often interpret their family’s willingness to participate in treatment as a sign that there’s hope for them, that they aren’t “all bad.” Your involvement in treatment provides an opportunity for open, honest communication and a chance for everyone to heal together.

The P.A.T.H Treatment Experience

Our P.A.T.H. Centers of Excellence are nationally accredited with a unique addiction and mental health treatment experience, whether that be in-person or virtually. Your loved one will receive compassionate care from our specially trained staff, many of whom are either in recovery themselves or have a family member who has faced similar challenges.

Your family member will work through their addiction and mental health disorders with peers sharing similar struggles. Our therapeutic models, whether individual or in a group, will help your loved one find the healing they need. We work to educate you and your loved one on healthy coping skills to maintain long term recovery. Your loved one will learn about the benefits of mindfulness, meditation, physical activity and why nutrition plays an important role.

Don’t Wait Another Day. Call Now.

There is no better time than now. Your loved one needs a lifeline. Help them get the treatment they need to turn their life around. Call our recovery specialists today at 713.528.3709 for a free, confidential consultation.

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