Tools for Family Support
If you have a loved one that is struggling with a mental health condition, it is most likely that you are also dealing with great emotional upheaval during this time. To help alleviate some of the stress of finding the best help, The Treatment Specialist team has developed an overview of several resources available to family members.
Professional Interventionists: If you are seeking treatment for a loved one who is not willing to get help, learn more about the Intervention Process: Learn More
If you are a family member who is seeking support therapy or groups for yourself or other family members, there are support groups designed specifically for helping the family system:
NAMI (Mental Health): Learn More
Al-Anon (Addiction): Learn More
Financial Resources: If you are a family member and are looking at what the financial options are available for getting a loved one into treatment: Learn More
Free Confidential Assessment: If you are ready to start the process of getting into a treatment program for your loved one, review the pre-admission assessment process: Click Here
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Al-Anon is a 12 step support network for family members or loved ones who is close to someone who is suffering from addiction and dual diagnosis conditions. The support groups have locations across the United States and have helped many family members learn healthy boundaries and coping skills.
The National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is an organization that provides education and support services to family members and loved ones who are close to someone who is struggling with a mental illness. They offer support groups across the United States and have helped thousands of families.
Professional Interventions are required when a family has a loved one that is not willing to get help for addiction or mental health conditions. Professional interventionists provide education and support to a family to help them set boundaries and consequences to their loved one so that treatment is accepted.