Just like individuals struggling with addiction, the family needs to learn about the illness and gain the recovery tools to successfully heal.
(PRWEB) February 01, 2012
Alcohol and drug addiction takes a heavy toll on everyone involved including family members, loved ones and friends. An important aspect of successful addiction recovery is understanding each individual’s role in the recovery process.
The Recovery Place is continuing its educational efforts by providing an eBook for families struggling with addiction to help them understand their roles and play a positive part in their addicted loved one’s drug rehab treatment.
The Loved Ones eBook is a collection of articles that families and friends of an individual struggling with addiction can read to learn about family interventions, denial, codependency and how to stop enabling. The Loved Ones eBook also takes an in-depth look at all of the aspects driving this multifaceted disease.
“Just like individuals struggling with addiction, the family needs to learn about the illness and gain the recovery tools to successfully heal—to eventually come together and have a healthy family system,” stated Pamela Hand, Family Program Director at The Recovery Place.
The Recovery Place has been helping individuals and families recover from addiction for over ten years. The center emphasizes addiction education throughout the treatment process to help clients and their loved ones gather the tools necessary for long-term addiction recovery.
February is commonly associated with acts of love and kindness. This eBook is the first step in educating families and loved ones about the disease and the recovery process. By downloading the Loved Ones eBook through The Recovery Place’s website or Facebook page, families struggling with addiction can start the journey toward recovery with a full understanding of the disease.
About The Recovery Place
The Recovery Place drug rehab and alcohol treatment center offers client-centered and comprehensive drug and alcohol treatment, interfacing with the national community to provide fact-based education and support. For more information on how to rid you or your loved one of the horrors of addiction, call The Recovery Place toll-free at (877) 581-2012.