Family Support

Helping your loved ones in recovery can be difficult. Family support is for relatives of people with addictions.

What to expect from family support?

It’s easy for addiction to become the focal point of your family’s life. Our program aims to support you, the family member. The Family Support Program helps you learn about opioid addiction and prepares you to support your loved ones in recovery. 

  • Wraparound & coping support groups for family members and caretakers with Mental Health Therapists and Live Well Partners
  • Family access to mental health therapists 

The impact of family support

When someone close to you struggles with addiction, it can take a toll on your mental health and make things difficult at home. With our support, we can help you cope through the process and keep your family together. Get advice on how to support your loved ones without hurting them or putting them down. Connect with others facing similar challenges and learn from their experiences.

Why family support is crucial

Having a loved one that struggles with addiction takes a huge mental toll and the turmoil it can cause within your family can be overwhelming. At iWILL ’til iRECOVER, we know those feelings well. We can help you live better throughout the process and figure out what to do. Learn how to support your loved one, while not enabling them or pushing them away. Find other people who are in the same situation as you and gain insight into others’ struggles and successes.

You're not alone

Substance abuse can affect people from all walks of life. Anyone can become addicted, regardless of their circumstances. If you or a loved one are struggling, don’t feel ashamed. Connect with a counselor and start your recovery today.

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Outpatient Program (OP)

Helping people with different mental health and substance use concerns while allowing them to stay at home.

Family Support

Attend to your family needs through Family Support Groups, 24/7 access to a mental health therapists and 24/7, access to medical doctors for urgent medical care

Intensive Outpatient Program (IOP)

A more intense way of helping people with different mental health and substance use concerns while allowing them to stay at home.

Group Support

Skills-Based Groups, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Groups, Dialectical Behavior Therapy Groups, Process-Oriented Groups, Relapse Prevention Groups, Self-Help Groups, Support Groups