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It can be a highly stressful situation when a loved-one is struggling with drug & alcohol addiction. You may be overwhelmed trying to figure out how to help your addicted loved-one. That’s why Above It All Treatment Network is here. We take the stress out of the treatment process and handle everything from interventions to planning transportation and continued lifetime aftercare. Let us help you and your loved-one in finding the best treatment options that work for your family.

Addiction is difficult—and not just for the addict. It also takes a toll on family members and friends. It is something we see all the time: Someone is grieved by a loved one’s addiction, but unsure of what to say or how to help.

It is definitely something that requires sensitivity. Sometimes being too pushy or aggressive can just lead to tension—not results. At the same time, it is even worse to remain silent, or to keep all of your concerns to yourself.

So where does that leave you? And what can you do when you know a loved one needs rehab treatment for drug or alcohol addiction?

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How to Help a Loved-OneWith a Drug or Alcohol Problem

When it comes to helping a loved-one who is addicted to drugs & alcohol it can be a very difficult process, especially if your loved-one is in denial about their issues. Don’t worry. There are solutions that can help you and your loved-one in getting the help they need.

Helping a Loved-one With addiction

Learn everything you can about addiction. Read books, check blogs, speak with an addiction recovery specialist—do what you can to cast aside misconceptions and really develop empathy for what the addict is going through.

Speak up. Offer your support to the person struggling with addiction. Let him or her know that you are willing to do anything you can to help with recovery. Understand that many people who struggle with addiction are in denial, and may not readily admit to having a problem.

Express your love and concern—not judgment. Do not accuse your family member or loved one. Instead, dress your language in statements: I am worried about you. I care about you deeply. I want you to be well.

Remember that addicts typically need help in their recovery. Do not expect your loved one to do it solo; instead, gently encourage him or her to seek treatment with the help of Above All Recovery.

Remember that recovery is an ongoing process, and your support is important every step of the way. Recovery is not over just because your loved one completes an inpatient program.

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Whether you or a loved one is suffering with a drug or alcohol problem, we can help. Our team of Certified Above All Advisors are available day and night in order to help you get help and recover once and for all. Pick up the phone and call us now.

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Find Your Loved-One the BestAddiction Treatment in California

Dealing with an addicted loved-one is highly stressful. You may sit up, night after night, worrying about your loved-one’s safety. Addiction kills. Every day almost 200+ people die from a drug-related overdose. Together we can help those addicted in finding their path to long-term recovery from addiction. Above It All Treatment Network provides you access to the best drug & alcohol treatment programs in California that offers you a path to lasting recovery.

Family members can play a significant role in addiction recovery. In fact, recovery is best pursued within the context of a broader support system—and ideally, that support system will include family members. It may also include the expertise and support of advocates here at Above It All Treatment Network and our facility partners.

Above All Recovery and our facility partners are pleased to welcome family members into the recovery process—and in doing so, we do not just help the person struggling with addiction, but also help family members, providing encouragement and education as needed.

As you seek to guide your loved one toward recovery, it can be difficult—but you are not alone. Enlist our expertise and our support. Contact Above It All Treatment Network today, and learn more about the best practices for helping your family member with addiction call us at 877-978-3312. Help your addicted loved one today, before it’s too late.

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