Sunrise Detox realizes how drug and alcohol use affects every member of your family. We also realize that these difficulties often continue even if a loved one seeks a treatment program. We work hard to offer valuable detox services and information for families and guide them in discovering how to be there for a loved one in their time of need.
Supporting You And Your Loved Ones Through Detox
Intervention Services At Your Sunrise Detox Center
Whenever you and additional family and friends are concerned about a loved one with a drug or alcohol use disorder, you might try to organize an intervention. With an intervention, key people in your family member’s life discuss how substance use affects everyone close to them. You should also communicate the consequences if they do not go through detox and rehab.
When handled correctly, interventions will encourage your loved one to pursue assistance. Your Sunrise Detox Center can help arrange and implement effective interventions under the guidance of expert interventionists. You are better off using knowledgeable interventionists who can aid you in designing a strategy and direct the conversation with the individual requiring assistance. And if your family member agrees to commence treatment, you can call us to secure a room at our detox center quickly or aid you in locating other appropriate treatment.
What You Ought To Know About Alcohol And Drug Detox At Sunrise
We realize those staying with us have individuals at home who love them and want them to obtain the highest level of support at our detox facility. This is one of the reasons why we individualize our treatment to your loved one’s needs and are upfront about what you may count on from us.
Our residents have the most success when they are able to direct their attention exclusively on detoxing away from exterior forces. We also make patient privacy a foremost concern. Due to these reasons, we forbid visitors at our facilities. However, they will have the chance to use the phone with permission from a staff member, and we also update you regularly.
Shortly after admission, we get approval to reach out to the family to discuss interpersonal relationships and how they have an effect on and are impacted by drug or alcohol use. After that, we make calls daily to each patient’s emergency contact to keep them informed with updates on how things are going and to reply to any questions. Throughout your loved one’s time with us, our expert clinicians and caregivers offer custom-tailored treatments and help them stay comfortable with safe, comfortable accommodations and nutritious meals.
How We Support Families With A Loved One In Detox
When our team speaks to an approved contact about their loved one, we also communicate how friends and family may support them after they return home. We allow you to take an active role in their aftercare planning and give you recommendations for helping them get additional therapy. We’ll also discuss how your family can cope with the difficulties of having someone you love in detox and addiction recovery. We understand that our patients will do better when they have plenty of assistance at home, and we are here to help you learn how to aid them.
Tips In Supporting A Family Member In Detox
Sometimes it’s hard to determine how to help an individual undergoing detox treatment. Here are a few tips for family members:
- Educate yourself on substance use and the recovery process
- Communicate with them frequently and practice active listening
- Learn positive communication techniques
- Give them space
- Lend a hand in finding treatment when they’re OK to move forward
- Look into getting them transportation to treatment
- Avoid judging, criticizing, or placing blame
- Attend family therapy with your loved one
Get Help For A Family Member Today
If you or a family member is looking for assistance locating detox services, we can help. Call us at 888-443-3869 or fill out the form on this page for a free, confidential conversation. We respond promptly, no matter the day or time.