Family Program

Addiction & Mental Health Disorders Affect the Entire Family

Family Programs are most often used to help treat an individual’s problem that is affecting the entire family, such as addiction, depression, or behavioral problems. Addiction affects more than just the patient, it affects everyone around them, and particularly their families. That is why it is important to support both the addict and his or her loved ones. Also, it is important to address the ways the addiction has impacted both the family and patient. Both family and patient can benefit from We Level Up resources for family members.

When seeking treatment, your family also needs to heal and learn how to support you in your journey. A family therapy program at We Level Up provides the initial resources and support needed by your families to enjoy exceptional and comprehensive treatment recovery. 

This therapy helps your loved ones to know how to help you meet your goals in full recovery, so you feel supported along the way.

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Family Resources for Alcohol, Drug & Mental Health Rehab

We Level Up treatment center is committed to supporting families of loved ones, undergoing rehab treatment. Our caring and attentive specialists work hard to reconnect the broken relationships between families and their recovering loved ones. They set out to find mutual areas to help mend the client and family dynamics and underlying relationships.

We know that addiction and corresponding mental health illnesses touch virtually all aspects of client relationships. Negatively impacting and even destroying family relationships, extending to erosion of work and social life relationships. Because client families play such an important and critical role in client recovery, we offer treatment services that deal with enabling behaviors. And touch on earlier traumas plus include family involvement opportunities/updates/discussions along with family dynamics therapies within our treatment modalities.

Who Conducts a Family Therapy Session?

Family therapy is usually provided by a psychologist, clinical social worker, or licensed therapist. Patients need to trust their therapist to be able to open up and talk about their issues. Parents, whether married or divorced, spouses, grandparents, and even siblings may visit or attend the sessions or scheduled family visitation timeframe by invitation along with client and therapist approvals.

At We Level Up Lake Worth clients’ primary therapists, are supported by one family therapist and one family support specialist, case managers, an assistant Clinical Director, and or Clinical Director.  Clients are eligible for weekly individual therapy plus family session. The clients’ family therapist will accommodate more sessions throughout the week if the client agrees and requests additional involvement. The clinical group schedule runs daily and includes family education plus caseload groups. Therapy programs may include family dynamics. Each rehabilitation program and facility services vary. Please call us for more about family resources and support services available to inpatient clients.

Which Family Members Does the Program Include?

Family therapy is often short-term. It may include all family members or just those able or willing to participate. Your specific treatment plan will depend on your family’s situation. Family therapy sessions can teach you skills to deepen family connections and get through stressful times, even after you’re done going to therapy sessions.

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A rehab treatment family program can be vital to long-term recovery outcomes.

The family program at We Level Up can help you improve troubled relationships with your partner, children, or other family members. You may address specific issues such as marital or financial problems, the conflict between parents and children, or the impact of substance abuse or a mental illness on the entire family.

Your family may pursue a family program along with other types of mental health treatment, especially if one of you has a mental illness or addiction that also requires additional therapy or rehabilitation treatment. Learn more, download, and read the We Level Up Treatment Center family program brochure.

What Happens During a Therapy Session?

At the start of the session, the therapist typically invites you to share what is been going on in your life, what is on your mind, what is bothering you, or whether there are any goals you would like to discuss. You will be invited to speak openly. The therapist will listen and may take notes as you speak. You will not be criticized, interrupted, or judged as you speak. Your conversation will be kept in the strictest confidentiality. This is a unique type of conversation in which you can say exactly what you feel, speak honestly, and do not be worried. Anything you want to need or to say is OK.

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Select We Level Up facilities offer a family program to enhance the rehabilitation process.

How Long or Often Should One Go to Therapy?

One family’s dynamic will be completely different from another’s. Therefore, the duration of therapy often depends on their availability as well as the severity of the issues. Practically speaking, therapy may be more productive when incorporated into a patient’s lifestyle for approximately 12-16 sessions. Most typically delivered in once weekly sessions for 45 minutes each. For some families continued post inpatient client treatment may be required. Here outpatient family therapy may continue and or begin more in earnest with the client and family free to attend sessions together. It can take up to a few years of therapy for some families to come to a resolution.

Is This Enough to Treat Addiction?

Typically, addiction treatment requires a complex, personalized plan, according to each person’s needs. Besides counseling and other behavioral therapies, medication may also be an important part of the treatment, because it assists the detoxification stage, where the patient needs to get the substance out of their system. And maybe needed to enhance co-occurring primary or secondary mental health disorders like depression.

Will Insurance Cover This Type of Therapy?

Patients can pay for their rehab treatment through insurance or you can arrange a payment plan with the treating facility. Addiction is a complex illness that has a dramatic impact both on the user and their loved ones. More often than not, families do not know how to respond to the addiction and make crucial mistakes that worsen the situation instead of helping it. Supportive Services for the family can give both the addict and the family members the tools to learn how to communicate and help each other.

One of our primary goals with families is to educate about the disease of addiction and provide everyone with ways to effectively communicate with their loved ones.

We know your concerns lie in sustained long-term recovery for your child, spouse, or loved one. Many families have already made huge strides by reaching out to our treatment center in the first place.  Please connect with us. We’ll show you how our addiction and mental health treatment programs do not leave the family behind but welcomes them in.

Supportive Services for the family can include:
  • Visitation opportunities when clinically appropriate and approved
  • Weekly phone updates for family members by a certified drug and alcohol counselor
  • Referrals to community support services
  • Education about the addiction/recovery process
  • Client family therapy sessions, family dynamics program & family education program

We invite you to discuss with the clinical team the options for visiting with your loved one while you are in the area. Depending on the clinical assessment, passes perhaps may be planned to support spending time together.

Call us now to explore how we can develop a recovery plan for you or for someone you love.

A Family Program Brings Change

Families function in many ways in a household or as a group. Functioning together as a family unit supporting one another can be incredibly healthy. For some families, inner dynamics and years of substance abuse and mental health illness will have left unhealthy relationships. Nonetheless, the family can be a system working together for common goals. The family affects each individual in their life pursuits and can greatly influence client recovery outcomes.

Family therapy for addiction and mental health helps rebuild the strength and bonds of the family. It shows the group how healthy families function and the benefits of working together toward common goals. Families can learn how to support a loved one’s best mental health with sobriety. They also learn how to heal from their struggles during the crisis the substance abuse and mental health conditions caused. Through all of this insight, learning, and communication, your family comes out of rehab treatment healthier, happier, and more prepared to work together for a better future.

The Role of Family in Addiction Recovery

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The role of the family in addiction recovery is particularly important. Family members who experience a loved one struggling with a substance use disorder may come face-to-face with several painful emotions. Families dealing with addiction may feel a sense of hopelessness when seeing their loved one caught in the grips of alcohol or drug addiction and may not know how to approach the situation.

While families impacted by substance abuse may develop dysfunctional coping patterns. Therapy programs can encourage healthy family dynamics. When a family member embodies healthy roles and behaviors in the wake of addiction and recovery, he or she may hold their loved one accountable for their behavior and offer rewards for positive choices. Creating and implementing healthy boundaries are the building blocks of recovery for families dealing with addiction. 

How Family Program Involvement Affects Treatment Outcomes

Family involvement in substance use disorder treatment is crucial. Support from family members can prevent relapses, improve psychiatric symptoms, and increase the likelihood of successful treatment. 

Outcomes of family support, programming, and therapy in the wake of substance use disorder are multifaceted. The effects of family therapies for individuals suffering from substance use disorder include:

  • Reduced substance use
  • Better retention and completion of recovery programs
  • Reduced problem behaviors

Who Benefits from Family Support and Programming?

Family therapy for addiction helps the person suffering from substance use disorder as well as their family. Because addiction can affect everyone in different ways, the entire family unit may need the opportunity to come together and heal from addiction or substance use. Individual therapy and group counseling sessions at We Level Up are available to the patient enrolled in our drug and alcohol addiction treatment programs. Coaching, updates, and reports from the client’s therapist to family members may be made available with HIPPA client approval required. 

Therapy sessions allow family members to voice their concerns privately, group therapy allows each person to discuss their feelings, opinions, and perceptions of the situation in a more secure and controlled environment. These counseling sessions help clients begin the healing process, move past the substance use disorder, and feel like their voice is heard. 

Therapy Treatment for Family Program

Any course treatment you choose must include a complete therapy program. We Level Up provides an array of therapies within multiple rehabilitation services for your care. So, you can receive the precise treatment needed offering greater chances of long-term recovery.

Programs and therapies include:

  • Withdrawal Management
  • Residential rehab programs
  • Co-occurring Dual Diagnosis Treatment
  • Primary mental health treatment

Treatment programs vary by facility. Call to learn more.

We Help Families Struggling with Addiction

Your family includes the people closest to you, those also most affected by your addiction. When you decide to enter treatment for your recovery, your family members can also benefit individually and as a unit. Choose a treatment program you can count on. We Level Up understands the importance of family in recovery. We have helped multiple generations of Americans achieve the healthy recovery they deserve.

Contact We Level Up. Ask about Family Support During Addiction Recovery

Call the We Level Up treatment center to learn more about our family program and other aspects of treatment. Together with the people who love you most, lean on the We Level Up treatment center to help you build a better future. Start on the road to recovery for both yourself and all members of your family.