North Palm Beach Recovery Center strongly believes in family involvement. Once your loved one arrives at our facility, we hope that you will participate in the support that we offer. Receive our free family support guide directly to your email.
Effectively treating addiction often entails involving appropriate family members and understanding family dynamics.
Loved ones should be aware of treatment and support services that can help them process and manage life with a person currently misusing substance.
The strength of the support system around the person in need of help is one of the most important aspects of recovery.
The side effects of an addiction-based lifestyle often have negative medical, legal, or financial implications for individuals and families.
Loved ones can improve communication,avoid enabling behaviors, maintain healthy boundaries, identify signs of risk and relapse, and know where to turn for help.
North Palm Beach Recovery Center strongly believes in family involvement. Once your loved one arrives at our facility, we hope that you will participate in the support that we offer. Once a month we offer a free family support group via zoom. The meeting will be sent to all family members and loved ones who have opted to join. The following information may also be helpful.
Below are programs designed to assist families in the rehabilitation and recovery process.
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A worldwide fellowship that provides a program of recovery for the families and friends of people addicted to alcohol. They also have a meeting locator and other resources for sobriety.
Geared toward adolescent members of families affected by alcoholism. Focuses on common problems that family members of people with alcohol addiction faceLearn More
12-step program designed for the family members of people who are addicted to drugs or alcohol or have related behavioral health conditions.Learn More
Grief Recovery After Substance Passing, is a community designed to support people who have lost someone they love to addiction and overdose.Learn More