If your loved one is experiencing addiction or mental illness, you know that it affects everyone in the family.
You may be wondering if an intervention is necessary for your loved one to get the help they need.
Family members of individuals with chemical dependency or mental illness experience their own fears and confusion over the situation.
If you've had family therapy in the past, it may have been a long-term, indefinite relationship with a behavioral health specialist who was available during your scheduled appointment time.
“He is mentoring young men in recovery and in the yard with the grandkids. Thank you. I can’t imagine where we would be without your guidance.”
“The FRre team is an invaluable resource when a family is ravaged by addiction and seeking recovery not just for a loved one, but for all of them.”
“For so long, without even being aware, I had focused most of my attention on my husband’s problem. In the process, I lost myself… I feel as though it (FRre) has been a lifesaver for my whole family.”
“Thank you for staying with us throughout the process and supporting me personally.”
“We were thrilled to witness him experiencing deep belly laughs on Christmas (haven't seen that in years)!”
“(FRre) was committed to assure that we were getting what we needed and were taking care of ourselves. (They) had advice, strategies and assignments for us as we got involved in our own recovery journey and provided counsel to us in our efforts to find peace among the insanity that goes with addiction.”