Admissions For Families
Your loved one has decided to enter treatment for help. The first thing we would like to convey is congratulations to you and your entire family! The decision to seek help for addiction is one of the most courageous decisions a person in active addiction can make.
Addiction is a family disease. We know that you have suffered right along with the addicted family member. We believe in total healing at His House rehab centers.
You Are Important
We have information concerning support groups that we believe could help you on your own path of healing. Programs such as Al-Anon, Families Anonymous, and Parent Anonymous are great resources to check out. We will provide you with a list of meeting times and locations. Our intake coordinators are here to answer any questions that family members could have.
Once your loved one has moved on from the initial stages of treatment at our facility, we encourage the family to participate in our family therapy sessions. Family therapy is extremely beneficial for families who have felt the devastating effects of addiction in a loved one, or who have been in recovery themselves.
Patience, Love, and Tolerance Is Our Code
You could be wondering exactly what your loved one is doing when they arrive at our treatment center. The initial phase of treatment is a very important time in your loved one’s process of getting better. They could be undergoing detoxification from the substances they have been consuming.
Safety Is Our Number One Priority
We want you to feel rest-assured that your loved one is being monitored by our highly trained medical staff during the detox period. This process is designed to go as safely and as effectively as possible, with medical supervision to manage withdrawal symptoms. Your loved one will then begin to become acclimated to the surroundings of treatment. The first couple of weeks will be focused on introducing twelve step meetings and implementing therapy.
Your loved one will be able to reach out to you via telephone at designated call times. Once the first couple of weeks is completed, the family may visit on family days. Family day is a wonderful time to see how your loved one is doing. The family and client will have many opportunities to share words of encouragement and guidance.
We believe in the healing power of families uniting together to overcome addiction. We encourage every member of the family to take this time to begin their own path to family recovery.
Addiction takes a toll on every person that it touches. Our goal is to help the whole family recover from this ravaging disease.
The client will benefit greatly from the family’s participation in their own recovery. The return to home after treatment can be a scary time for our clients. We want to make this transition as successful as possible and we know that you do too! We encourage you to educate yourself as much as possible about addiction, as well as the process of recovery. We are here to help in any way that we can!