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Treating the whole person to heal and restore balance to the mind, body, and spirit. At the River Source our treatment program
recognizes that family involvement is one of the
Is your family suffering? People with this illness may incorrectly believe that single most powerful indicators of a loved ones
You’re not alone they drink normally or even “everyone” else takes drugs success in treatment. River Source offers an
or drinks like they do. integrative family program. River Source family
Alcohol and Drug Misuse Hurts program highlights include:
Everyone in the Family These types of beliefs are considered part of the denial; • Family Therapy Sessions with your loved one
and this type of denial is part the illness which allows
Dependence on alcohol or drugs is one of the most the using behavior to continue. (as deemed appropriate by counseling staff)
serious health problems effecting families. It is • Weekly update calls to relevant family members
Drug/alcohol dependence disorders are considered • Combined and seperate Multifamily Groups
prevalent among all ethnic and social groups, all financial Medical/mental health conditions that can treated • Family Communication Assignments
income levels, and in all parts of the nation. effectively. Millions of Americans and their families • Family Education Modules
are in recovery from the disease living happy, healthy • Weekend “Family Day Barbeque” Events
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dependence in your family, it helps to know you are not
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The River Source Family Program component if recovery is to be lasting. Families that
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Studies show 1 in 4 people are effected by addiction. rates of success not only for the addict, but this success
Family programs like ours help family members work is reflected in the overall satisfaction of family life.
on their confusion, anger, guilt, and need for education
and answers. The greatest benefit of being involved
in the program is that each person becomes a part of
the solution in seeing the family as a whole healing
Most individuals who abuse alcohol or drugs are
productive members of society and often have a higher
than average earning potential and are often creative,
intelligent people. This actually creates a false belief
in the family that “they can just stop with their own
willpower” or “they should know better”. Addiction,
however, tends to worsen over time which hurts both
the addicted person and their family.