Though addiction is a very personal thing, it nevertheless profoundly affects those around the addict. For families of those suffering from addiction, there is a mixture of pity, shame, and guilt that accompanies seeing the effects of addiction. You wonder if you are to blame, if you have facilitated it, and what others may think. Our family resources address these concerns and more.
At The Dunes East Hampton, we are dedicated not only to providing lasting recovery services, but also to helping families to cope with substance abuse treatment through supportive resources and a steadfast commitment to your privacy and personal needs. We have helped addicts of all ages and from varied backgrounds to regain control of their lives. We recognize the value of building a strong family support system to buttress a future of sobriety and clean living.
Family Resources For Addiction Treatment
As a premier luxury rehab center, we have experience working with celebrities, executives and other professionals as well as their family members. We recognize that professional success does not exclude someone from the pull of drugs and alcohol. In fact, many of our affluent clients have extreme levels of stress in their daily lives.
Whether it is the constant oversight and expectations of stockholders or professional teams, or the expectations of peers or school administrators, everyone in your family faces a certain level of pressure. Sadly, even some of the most successful among us turn to alcohol and other substances as a means of escaping the stress. And before long, they find that their usage has turned into an addiction that may be overwhelming the rest of their life.
While some of those suffering from addiction may still be able to function in their professional capacity for a time, the level of personal anguish and struggle that accompanies addiction can spiral until their dependence completely controls them. Their most important relationships will be destroyed as well. At The Dunes, we intimately understand this process and the means of recovery as well as the critical need to help support family members through the healing process.