More Family Recovery Resources
Watching a loved one ⎼ parent, spouse, son, daughter, friend ⎼ struggle with drugs or alcohol can take a tremendous toll on well-being. Whether a loved one struggling with addiction is in addiction treatment or not, it is important everyone in this situation take care of themselves. Attending family support group meetings can help you gain a new perspective on addiction, provide you with guidance from others who are going through similar experiences, and empower you to regain your life and effectively contribute to your loved one’s success.
We recommend reaching out to these organizations for additional recovery support:
- Al-Anon – If your loved one is struggling with alcoholism
- Nar-Anon – If your loved one is struggling with drugs
- PAL – If your son or daughter is addicted to drugs or alcohol
- ACA – If your father or mother is struggling with addiction
- CoDA – If you are in a codependent relationship
For helpful articles on how addiction impacts the family, tips for self-care, and what you can do to help your addicted loved one, visit our blog.