Connections & CommunityShare the Joy of Recovery
Every individual is part of an interconnected web of relationships that plays a large part in who they are and what they do. The relationships we have early in life – regardless of background or circumstances – have a significant impact on who we are today.
To understand you, we need to understand those relationships. We need to understand those people: who they were, who they are now, and what role they had and have in your life.
To understand you, we need to understand your family.
Whether they’re your biological family or your chosen family, your parents, siblings, spouses, friends, or colleagues, their participation in your recovery journey is essential to your long-term health and sobriety. They often know you better than you know yourself. They provide insight into your life, which helps us unearth the root causes of your addiction issues and design a treatment plan that works for you.