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.

Next Steps

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.

Learn about our services
We offer a range of both inpatient and outpatient services that could benefit your loved one when they are ready to enter treatment.

Talk to someone
For detailed program information about any of our services, please email or call (218) 723-8444.

You’re not alone. Find hope, support and resources.