Offering Care, Help & Support When You Need it the Most.
Rehab Support services extend beyond the scope of simply helping people who are addicted to drugs to get well. These services often extend to the family members, loved ones and members of the community who are also affected in a negative way by the instances of drug or alcohol use in society. Here are Rehab Support, we provide access to hundreds of different support groups, services and online offerings that will help those who have been affected by addiction to get the help and support that they need to get well.
How Rehab Support Can Help
There are many different ways that rehab support services and programs can help those who are addicted to drugs as well as the family members and loved ones of those addicted. Some of these programs include intervention, family counseling, support groups and social initiatives that all come together to provide effective quality care and ease of access to the tools and resources necessary to live healthy, clean and sober.
Families and loved ones of those addicted to drugs suffer greatly from the struggles and the burden of addiction. Rehab support services often extend to the family, friends and loved ones of those who have become addicted to drugs. Some of the services that are offered to the family members of those who have suffered from addiction include:
- Al-anon support groups
- Nar-anon support groups
- individual support
- independent care services
- child care so that parents can get help or treatment
- job placement
- occupational therapy
Each individual case of addiction differs and therefore there are all sorts of different needs involved for those who seek the support of a rehab center, counselor or therapy program. Rehab support is often the first step to getting sober for some and it’s often the last step of staying clean for others—regardless of what phase of the recovery process you or a loved one may be in, rehab support can help.
Finding Support that Works
Every phase of addiction recovery is different and yet there are some distinct phases in most instances. For instance, there’s discovery (the time during which an individual is thinking about treatment but hasn’t made the final decision on what type of help to get…they are in the discovery process.), the there’s detox (the point in which the patient is overcoming physical dependence), then there’s psychiatric counseling and recovery and aftercare. Each stage has it’s own needs and each patient or family member or friend of the recovering addict also has his or her own needs. Finding support that works for you is the first step to getting the help you need and to staying sober.