We know how much you love your family member. We know how much you care and that you just want what is best for them. Just like you, we want to help your loved one recover from addiction and heal from any mental health disorders they may be struggling with. But we also want to guide you through the recovery process, too.
Finding reliable help and treatment is difficult to come by, but you’ve come to the right place at The Raleigh House.
It’s true that addiction significantly impacts the entire family, not just the individual struggling with substance abuse. But what many people don’t realize is that family can also impact the addiction and any dual diagnosis disorders at play.
At The Raleigh House, our goal is to help you and the rest of your family get a better understanding of your loved one’s addiction. We also want to help you learn how and why some of your own behaviors may have affected the addiction.
If deemed appropriate*, we can provide the following opportunities to family members of the individual receiving treatment:
*Not every family is suited for these levels of involvement during treatment. The Raleigh House will determine the level of family involvement after assessing your loved one’s treatment needs.
At The Raleigh House, we believe the only way to truly heal from addiction is if treatment is based on the truth. This is why we take an “uncovering and discovering” approach when working with your loved one.
Our mission is to uncover what led to your loved one’s addiction in the first place and identify if any mental health disorders have played a role. We seek to answer questions like:
We are more than just another rehab facility. When you and your loved one come to us for help, we aim to provide a peaceful, healing experience. Other families like yours choose The Raleigh House for treatment because:
Your loved one needs to heal from addiction, and so does your family. Don’t waste another day questioning yourself or what is best for your loved one. Call The Raleigh House today to learn about treatment options and get the recovery process started.