Help for a Loved One

Recognizing the signs that a loved one needs help can be challenging, yet it’s one of the most profound acts of care and support you can offer. At Aliya Health Group, we understand how crucial it is to approach this sensitive situation of seeking treatment with empathy, understanding, and a deep sense of compassion. Whether you are a parent, spouse, child, friend, or employer, your role in guiding them toward seeking help is invaluable.

Helping Your Loved One Recover From Substance Abuse

Initiating a conversation about addiction or mental health treatment requires courage and love. It’s about letting them know that they’re not alone on their journey to recovery. By choosing Aliya Health Group, you’re entrusting us to provide not just expert clinical care but also a nurturing environment where healing can truly begin. Our comprehensive approach ensures personalized treatment plans that address the unique needs of each individual.

Remember, taking the first step towards recovery is often the hardest. Your support can make all the difference in helping your loved one realize their strength and potential for a healthier future. Let us join you in this important journey – together, we can pave the way toward happiness and health for your loved one. 

Recovering From Substance Abuse With Aliya Health Group

At Aliya Health Group, we understand that every person’s experience with mental health and addiction is different. That’s why our team of experienced professionals takes a personalized approach to treatment, tailoring each plan to the individual’s specific needs and challenges.

We offer a wide range of services, including therapy sessions, medication management, and support groups. Our goal is to provide comprehensive care that addresses both the physical and emotional aspects of recovery. We believe in treating the whole person, not just their symptoms.

In addition to traditional therapies, we also incorporate holistic approaches such as yoga, meditation, and nutrition into our treatment plans. We believe in taking a mind-body-spirit approach to healing and recognize the importance of addressing all aspects of an individual’s well-being.

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How Soon Can My Loved One Get Help?

No one should have to wait to heal, which is why our specialists are available 24/7 to help guide you and your loved one through the admissions process every step of the way.

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help your loved one turn their life around

Seeing a loved one struggle with addiction is devastating and terrifying. We want you to know that there is hope. We’ve seen thousands of clients take back their lives from some of the most severe substance use disorders. Your loved one can do this, and we can help.

Here’s what you can expect when you call our treatment centers:

  1. We’ll chat about your concerns for your loved one, and what led you to call.
  2. We’ll gather information from you on your loved one’s history of substance abuse, their physical and mental health, and their willingness to go to treatment.
  3. We’ll recommend a treatment program based on your loved one’s needs.
  4. We’ll work directly with your loved one’s insurance to provide an estimate of any out-of-pocket costs.
  5. You and your loved one will decide on an admissions date.

Our admissions team is happy to answer any questions you may have about helping your loved one. Please call us now at 888-973-2078 to learn more about how our programs can help you and your loved one heal.

Substance Abuse Assessment: Is My Loved One Addicted?

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What If My Loved One Is Refusing To Go To Treatment?

When a loved one is refusing to go to treatment, it can be an incredibly challenging and emotional time for everyone involved. To effectively help a loved one enter treatment when they are still reluctant to seek help, there are several important ways you can adjust your communication to persuade them.

Acknowledge the situation from a place of loving Kindness

The first step in working with them is approaching the situation with empathy and understanding. Acknowledge their feelings and fears without judgment, making it clear that you are coming from a place of concern and love.

It’s important to communicate openly, expressing how their behavior is affecting you and others around them. However, ensure your words focus on your feelings rather than accusing or blaming them for their actions. This approach encourages a more receptive response rather than putting them on the defensive.

Educate Yourself About Addiction, Treatment, & Recovery

Educating yourself about their condition or the nature of their resistance can also be incredibly beneficial. Understanding the complexities of what they’re going through can help you offer more effective support and might provide insights into why they’re hesitant about seeking help.

Encourage open dialogue about treatment options, highlighting the positive aspects without glossing over their concerns. Sometimes, discussing the success stories of others who have been in similar situations can instill hope and motivate them to consider change.

Set Firm Boundaries

Setting boundaries is also crucial. It’s essential to protect your well-being while trying to assist your loved one. By setting boundaries, you can avoid enabling any unhealthy behaviors that contribute to your loved one’s illness.

While communicating your boundaries, it’s important to explain that you are not punishing them, but are taking necessary steps to maintain a healthy environment for yourself and the relationship by extension.

Accept Your Role & the lack of control

Remember, you cannot force someone to seek treatment if they’re not ready. Trying to pressure someone into treatment will likely lead to a worsening of relationships by building mutual distrust and resentment. On top of this, people who enter before they are willing are more likely to AMA or leave treatment early against medical advice.

While controlling your loved one is out of the question, you can offer consistent support, understanding, and information while upholding your boundaries. In doing so, you can help guide them toward making that critical first step toward recovery when they’re ready.

Build a support system for yourself

When dealing with a loved one’s addiction or mental health disorders, it’s important to consider seeking professional guidance and peer support for yourself. Dealing with a resistant loved one can be draining both emotionally and physically. Support groups or counseling can offer valuable coping strategies and provide comfort knowing you’re not alone in this journey.

Seek Professional Help

If your loved one is reluctant to go to treatment, we are happy to speak with them to put them at ease and give them an idea of what treatment is like. If they’re adamant about refusing help, you might consider an intervention. We work with some of the most effective and experienced interventionists, and we can connect you with one that fits your needs.

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