Family Support

With the support of family, anything is possible

Have your family join ours on your journey through recovery.

Addiction is a family disease—impacting loved ones and friends as much as the recovering individual. And it’s estimated that one-quarter of the U.S. population has a direct family member with substance use disorder.

How Family Plays a Role in the Recovery Process

We understand the power of family. From the onset and continuing throughout the course of treatment, our client care teams work to make the home the treatment center, defining healthy boundaries and allowing family members to engage in the recovery process… and begin to heal.

Our treatment approach is rooted in the idea that when one person in a family shifts toward wellness, everyone else in the family takes a healthy turn as well.

How Family Support Works

  1. Once enrolled in the Aware Recovery Care Program, clients receive a custom treatment plan, and a family ally is identified.
  2. Aware then assigns a Family Support Specialist to each client and their ally to provide ongoing support. 
  3. The Family Support Specialist explains the model, what to expect from treatment, the phases of recovery, and how to support someone struggling with addiction.
  4. The family ally receives a personalized self-care plan. 
  5. The client’s family may also be referred to Family Systems Therapy, if appropriate. 

Family Systems Therapy - Our Family Wellness Program

When an individual enters recovery, their life begins to change dramatically, and often the family unit begins to change as well. These changes can prove challenging to navigate without help.

As part of our Family Wellness Program, we connect our clients and their families/allies with a Family Systems Therapy professional. These licensed Family Systems providers are chosen based on location, specialty, and other preferences.

Engaging in Family Systems Therapy allows for healing, change, and growth within the family. Participation can include the client, his or her allies in the recovery process, and/or any and all family members.

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