Families come in a variety of sizes, shapes and dynamics. What constitutes a family for one person may look strange to another individual. However, regardless of what your family looks like, it is indisputable how important a family is to an individual wrestling with addictions. It is also true that “families get better slower.”
If you are living with a loved one with destructive addiction patterns, it is very natural to experience feelings of loneliness, depression, anxiety and despair. But remember, you are not alone. We are here to go through this journey with you.
The role of family and its support system are priceless to someone recovering from addiction
When starting on the road to recovery, please know that you don’t have to do this alone.
NOAAR provides valuable resources, information and contact points that will accompany you on your path of recovery. There is a new life ahead of you and it begins by reaching out. We are here for you.