A Letter To Our We Level Up Families of Addicts in Rehab
Welcome to the We Level Up Community. Please read about the support groups for families of addicts that we offer to patients’ families. We are so glad you are a part of this process and want to commend you for supporting your loved ones as they seek help. Despite all the fear and uncertainty, you are feeling, remember your loved one is safe and on the path to recovery. Level Up Treatment is dedicated to treating the whole person, not just the addiction. This means that we use a multi-disciplinary approach to treat the physical, emotional, mental, social, and spiritual deterioration that is the result of addiction or alcoholism.
A key component of the whole person is the family system. Your loved one is just one part of the family system, and sustained change for any system comes from healing each part. As your loved one puts in the work clinically, we ask that you do the same with Level Up Family Solutions. Family Solutions will guide and support you through your own journey out of the chaos that comes with loving someone struggling with addiction. This will result in a renewed perspective and a clear action plan that will help you to live life with intention, authenticity, integrity, and commitment.
The Level Up Staff will clinically, therapeutically, and emotionally guide your loved one through their own healing while Level Up Family Solutions will guide, educate, and encourage your healing journey. We know for some this may be your first time facing the reality and gravity of the situation, while for others this is a road you have traveled many times before. You are not alone in these feelings and thoughts you are experiencing.
Support groups for families of addicts
We are here for you! We have a plethora of skills, tools, and experience to share with you. Family members that participate and are actively engaged in their own healing process, strengthen their loved one’s sobriety. Level Up Family Solutions will help you develop your own journey to recovery. Our virtual family community provides support, and education and guides you through the treatment process. The We Level Up Staff is with you every step of the way.
Please take the time to read the materials provided throughout this process. The We Level Up Support groups for families of addicts program provide three weekly virtual family group sessions.
Welcome to We Level Up! We are excited to be a part of this new chapter in your life!
Support groups for families of addicts can be critical to the recovery process
Support groups can be a lifesaver for families dealing with addicts. The support you receive in these gatherings can allow your voice to be heard and give hope when there seems none left on earth! It also helps save lives by providing caring help. Families can get advice learned from experience that might just make all the difference between enabling someone into recovery or pushing them back into addiction once more.
A family member can feel less stress knowing they have others who care enough about their well-being as much as themselves. This saves not just time but energy too since we don’t need any more effort than what’s already invested during the recovery process.
Meetings for families of addicts
The Al-Anon program provides support for families and friends of people addicted to alcohol. The fellowship has several resources, including tools that can help you find local meetings or determine if your needs align with their mission. Frequently asked questions about common concerns are designed so anyone looking into meetings for families of addicts knows what they’re getting themselves into!
Nar-Anon is a 12-step program that helps family members of addicts. The meetings are held to provide support and healing for those struggling with addiction in their lives. While loved ones are striving towards sobriety themselves through understanding what it’s like on this side too. Families with an active role when someone close shows signs they may be heading down the wrong path or have fallen off entirely can make all the difference in a loved one’s life.
Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PAL) Meetings for families of addicts
The parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PAL) is a Christian-based non-profit organization that provides support for those struggling with addiction. There are weekly meetings held between peers who have gone through the same experience as their child or friend. These meetings for families of addicts are an educational component that teaches how to manage this difficult situation at home. While also sharing personal stories along with management techniques such as accountability cards where participants can write down any thoughts/feelings they may be experiencing regarding self-worth etc. Thus creating transparency in hopes it will help others going through similar situations to find hope too!