A Loved One and Addiction

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A Loved One and Addiction

When you find out a loved one is addicted to drugs or alcohol, you may feel scared, upset or even angry. At first you may be in shock or denial as though, this really can’t be happening, not to my family, not to my loved one. You may be scared that someone will find out and judge you or that another loved one may fall victim to this disease next. All you want to do is help your loved one and know that they are safe and on their way to living a clean and sober lifestyle.

Let Seabrook help. We are a CARF accredited drug and alcohol treatment facility with a variety of programs to help your loved one battle this disease. We have an experience medical team that will provide exception care to your loved one so you can rest assured they are in a safe environment getting the help that they need. You are not alone and we realize you may be scared so we have a Family Matrix program that we offer to family members and loved ones of addicts to help them understand what addiction is and how they can help. For more information please visit us on the web at www.seabrook.org or call 1.800.761.7575.