For a Loved One
You are not alone.
So many people have felt the pain and desperation that comes from knowing a person you love has a problem. Here are some tips to help you help yourself and your loved ones.
First things first
- Protect yourself from damage and danger.
- Help a loved one get to the right place for help. Addiction is complicated. Letting experienced, compassionate professionals guide the way ensures greater success.
- Get the support you need for your health and well-being.
Here are some local resources to find more support for you and your family—so you can talk, listen, learn and connect:
CADT Recovery Blog
Learn more about the perspectives of those who have been affected by addiction.
Nar-Anon Family Groups
A 12-step program for families and friends of addicts. Please remember that addiction is a disease that can happen to anyone, from any family, at any time. Know the signs. Report the signs to someone who can help. It could save a life.
Take the assessment
If you are wondering whether your loved one has a problem with substance use and addiction, start by taking our Drug and Alcohol Use Assessment.
You’re not alone. Find hope, support and resources.