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Addiction Family Support Group

Addiction Family Support Group Program at Tree House Recovery!

At Tree House Recovery, we understand that addiction and mental health issues don’t just affect the individual – they have a ripple effect on the entire family. Our Family Program is designed to help loved ones understand addiction and mental health issues, and provide tools and strategies for healing and recovery. We believe that addiction is a family disease, and that healing is possible for everyone impacted by addiction. Our Family Program is designed to offer a safe and supportive space where family members can learn and grow together.

Welcome to a Group You Never Wanted to Join

We understand the pain and isolation that comes with addiction and mental health issues. We offer a safe, supportive community where family members feel heard and understood. We believe no one should go through addiction and mental health issues alone. Our community offers a space for family members to share their stories, connect with others who understand their struggles, and find hope and healing. We believe being part of a supportive community leads to lasting healing and recovery.

Family Support Group Topics

The Family Support Group in Denver, CO covers many  topics designed to help you recovery while loved one works on getting sober. Below are some of the key focus areas that will help you in your very one recovery journey. For more info call use today. (720) 640-0202

How the Brain and Body Work

We explore how addiction affects the brain and body, including the role of cortisol and stress. Addiction impacts not just the mind, but the entire body. We provide tools and strategies for quitting the limbic system, practicing new behaviors, and preparing for the next crisis. Understanding the science behind addiction is key to breaking free from its grip. Family members can better support their loved ones in recovery by learning how the brain and body work.

Breaking the Addictive Cycle

Breaking free from addiction requires breaking the addictive cycle. We provide a deep dive into the addictive cycle. You’ll learn practical strategies for breaking free from its grip. By understanding the cycle of addiction, family members can better support their loved ones in recovery. We offer guidance on identifying triggers and coping mechanisms and developing a relapse prevention plan. By breaking the addictive cycle, family members can help their loved ones find lasting healing and recovery.

Trauma and Coping Tools

Trauma is often at the root of addiction and mental health issues. We explore trauma and provide tools and strategies for healing and recovery. We believe that healing from trauma is vital to long-term recovery. We offer guidance on identifying trauma and developing healthy coping mechanisms. Family members can help their loved ones find lasting healing and recovery by addressing trauma head-on.

Working with Triggers and Emotion Regulation

Addiction and mental health issues are often triggered by stress and emotional upheaval. We offer guidance on working with triggers and emotional regulation. Learn to respond rather than react in triggering moments. We provide tools and strategies for identifying triggers and coping mechanisms, as well as developing a relapse prevention plan. Family members can better support their loved ones in recovery by working with triggers and learning to regulate emotions.

Understanding Codependency

Codependency is common in families impacted by addiction and mental health issues. We help family members understand codependency, including caring detachment vs. enabling and toxic guilt vs. genuine guilt. We believe that understanding codependency is key to breaking free from its grip. We offer guidance on setting healthy boundaries and developing healthy coping mechanisms. Understanding codependency, family members can better support their loved ones in recovery.

Grief and Loss

Addiction and mental health issues can lead to profound feelings of grief and loss. We provide a safe space for family members to process these emotions and find healing. Healing from grief and loss is critical to long-term recovery. We offer guidance on identifying grief and developing healthy coping mechanisms. Family members can help their loved ones find lasting healing and recovery by addressing grief and loss head-on.

Boundaries

Setting healthy boundaries is essential to supporting recovery. We guide you in setting healthy boundaries going forward and you’ll find ongoing support through our alumni group. Setting boundaries is not only about supporting recovery, but also about promoting healthy relationships. Get the guidance needed to identify and communicate boundaries and develop healthy coping mechanisms. Family members can better support their loved ones in recovery by setting healthy boundaries.

Finding Purpose and Meaning

Addiction and mental health issues can leave individuals feeling lost and without purpose. We explore ways to find purpose and meaning in life after addiction and mental health issues. Finding purpose and meaning is key to long-term recovery. We offer guidance on identifying values, setting goals, and developing healthy coping mechanisms. By finding purpose and meaning, family members can help their loved ones build a fulfilling life in recovery.

Healthy Relationships

Addiction and mental health issues can take a toll on relationships. We provide tools and strategies for building and maintaining healthy relationships, including navigating social judgment and stereotypes. Healthy relationships are key to long-term recovery. We offer guidance on identifying healthy relationships, setting boundaries, and developing healthy communication skills. Family members can better support their loved ones in recovery by building healthy relationships.

Military Families and Addiction Recovery


Military families face unique challenges, including frequent separation and the constant threat of danger. We offer specific tools and strategies for military families to cope with these challenges. We believe that military families deserve extra support and care. We offer guidance on staying connected during separation, managing stress and anxiety, and dealing with trauma. By providing specific support for military families, we aim to help them find healing and recovery.

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Author

Author

Robert Funk :Addiction Writer

Reviewed By

Reviewed By

Karen Willock :Family Program Director

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