Your drug use is your problem. No one understands why you use or what’s going through your mind. Why should you care about making a change and stopping? Addiction and your family have a secure link. Your actions impact the people you live with and are dependent on and who depend on you in many ways. The good news is recovery can help alleviate many of these problems and help you recover your family. At Viewpoint Dual Recovery Center, we’ll help you achieve these goals.
Managing Addiction and Your Family
It may seem possible to balance your addiction and your family responsibilities and needs. Many people are high-functioning, which means they can go to work and school and meet at-home duties with ease. Yet, over time, this will create problems. You may find it is harder to manage to get enough of the drugs you need to create the same level of intoxication. You may struggle with the constant level of frustration of cravings. Over time, the physical toll will also grow to a point where your body cannot handle it.
What Could Be Happening Now?
What is happening with your addiction and your family? You may not notice what’s occurring. Consider a few clear signs that there could be something wrong.
- Your son or daughter is acting out. He or she used to be a good kid.
- You and your spouse fight often.
- You’ve seen your parents or friends cry over something you did or did not do.
- You feel like you are letting people down.
- You have to hide how often or how much you are using.
- You always feel like you’re balancing too many things at once.
The reality is that, for many people, they already know a problem exists, and they may have tried to help you see the implications. Has your loved one threatened to leave or will not allow you to engage in social activities with them any longer? Are you feeling unwelcome in your home? In the long term, will your drug use lead to your family’s financial destruction? Could your actions lead to depression, divorce, or even death?
What Do You Do Right Now to Fix This?
It’s your addiction and your family. That means you’re empowered to do something about it. At Viewpoint Dual Recovery Center, we offer the tools and resources to help you to recover. Our men’s drug rehab and women’s drug rehab centers are available to help you today. We offer comprehensive programs, including partial hospitalization treatment and intensive outpatient treatment, that allow you to stay home and work on improving your health. Reach out to our team of skilled counselors to start on the path to fixing both your addiction and your family.
Make the Call to Viewpoint Dual Recovery Center to Make Change Happen
There’s never been a better time for you to reach out for immediate help and guidance. Addiction and your family are linked, but you can get help and find the support you need. At Viewpoint Dual Recovery Center, we specialize in treating individuals who struggle with both addiction and mental health issues. To do so, we offer a wide variety of evidence-based and holistic treatment options. A combination of these treatment methods with dual diagnosis treatment offers you the highest chance of long-term recovery. Our therapeutic options include:
- Cognitive-behavioral therapy
- Dialectical behavior therapy
- Music therapy
- Equine therapy
- Family therapy
It’s not too late for you and your family to enter recovery. To learn more about your treatment options, call Viewpoint Dual Recovery Center to learn how we can support you as you heal. Contact us at 855.746.3633 today.