Research shows that 90% of Americans know someone who is struggling with an addictive disorder—whether a family member, friend, or co-worker. We all wish we could help, but may have no idea of what to say or do. Where can one turn?
The Council offers a full range of services for helping families and friends find help for loved ones, and for themselves. Learn more about getting help for a loved one in one of these groups:
Often, family members and friends do not realize the impact that a loved one’s substance use may have had on their own lives. Eventually, they recognize their own need, and capacity, for healing. The Council’s Center for Recovering Families has helped many family members find their own path to health and personal growth. Call 713-914-0556 to learn more.