Our family engagement program has two aims:
People in recovery (or thinking about entering recovery) benefit from support from family and loved ones. Substance use affects everyone, not just the person in recovery and you can play an important part in your loved one’s recovery.
The recovery process can be slow, there is no “quick fix” or “cure” so understanding what happens in recovery is important for everyone.
Our Family support program offers family members a safe place to work through issues to help improve relationships, an important factor in successful recovery. The family learns healthy ways of communicating and works on restoring trust and repairing damaged relationships.
Anyone who is in a relationship with someone they know or think is struggling with drug or alcohol use.
This includes family members, friends, carers or anyone who plays a role in the life of someone with substance use issues.
Being in a close relationship with someone who is struggling with an addiction can be frustrating, painful and sometimes lonely.
Often it leads to difficulties such as distress and conflict in relationships.
Improving relationships can improve outcomes for people trying to recover from drug or alcohol issues.
We can assist you by:
Our groups cover a variety of topics and an opportunity to build skills in a supportive environment.
Groups currently being delivered: