Family Intervention

When Should I Hold a Drug Intervention for My Child?

Someone experiencing substance abuse often doesn’t realize they have an addiction or how impactful the effects are on themselves and their friends and family. In fact, of the nearly 21 million

What Is the Johnson Intervention and Should I Use It for My Loved One?

An intervention is when you confront a loved one about how their substance use has affected you and everyone they love. Many families choose to have an intervention when a loved one’s substance

Sobriety During the Holidays: How to Spend Sober Holidays with the Family

The holidays are a stressful time, particularly for people looking to stay clean and sober. But there are ways to take time off from the temptation of alcohol and drugs and still have a fun, happy hol

Rebuilding Trust: Navigating the Journey of Parenting a Young Adult in Addiction Recovery

As a parent, one of the most heart-wrenching experiences is seeing your child, no matter how old they are, suffer through addiction.If they have started their addiction recovery journey, you might be

Overcoming Codependency to Improve Relationships in Sobriety

Codependency is an unhealthy style of relating to others, and it's commonly seen in people who struggle with mental illness or addiction. For dual diagnosis clients in treatment, understanding the cod

Navigating Social Pressure: A Young Man’s Guide to Sobriety

Navigating social pressure as a young man can often feel overwhelming when you are fighting to stay sober. Luckily, with some preparation, a few solid strategies, and a strong support system, you can

How to Stop Relying on Your Family for Everything in Early Recovery

When you are a child, you depend on your parents, guardians, and/or older siblings to pick you up when you fall down. It is healthy to trust your loved ones with your welfare, wellness, and well being