About Our Family Programs
Anyone who belongs to a family knows that when one member of the family is sick or in crisis, the entire family is affected. At Origins, we know that a patient’s prospects for recovery significantly improve when the family is involved in the process. Our Family Programs provide dedicated support for those with loved ones in addiction treatment.
Addiction is a disease that ravages the entire family system.
Our Family Clinical Philosophy is rooted in this understanding. Not only is the suffering person scared, frustrated, and hopeless but so are their concerned family members and friends. Addiction means sleepless nights spent waiting for him or her to come home and horrible arguments that keep the home in turmoil. Family and friends are frequently met with anger when suggesting their loved one seek help. Effective treatment programs can bridge this divide and get your family moving in a healthy direction.
Origins’ Family Program offers multi-day immersions which explore the disease of addiction and how it affects the entire family.
During the Five-Day Family Program at Hanley Center at Origins in Florida and the four-day Origins’ Family Healing Program at Origins Recovery Center and Hannah’s House in Texas, various approaches will help families understand addiction and begin to identify the dynamics within the family that may contribute to ongoing addiction.
Origins’ Family Program provides:
- A confidential group environment
- Therapeutic, family-oriented support
- The tools to heal and regain a sense of better life
- Open discussions in a safe, supportive environment
- A new perspective on how to cope with the challenges of addiction recovery
- Guided communication between family members and loved ones
Your family doesn’t have to do this alone. Our Family Program provides a lifeline for recovery support. It is offered free of charge to all families of patients in Origins’ treatment programs.
In addition, 12-step programs like Al-Anon can also provide the environment and support for family members to voice their emotions and struggles. Answers to many of your frequently asked questions can be found here.