Downloadable Addiction Resources
These materials provide the information you and your loved need about approaching the topic of addiction, supporting yourself or you loved one as they work on recovery, and how to approach addiction treatment now and long-term.
Addiction Guides for Families
Family can be one of our greatest sources of physical security and emotional support. But family environments can also foster destructive emotions and behaviors, including substance abuse and addiction. This is a large and complicated topic so we’ve broken it up into two guides.
- Guide for Families Part 1: The Addiction Problem and Approaching It
- Guide for Families Part 2: Treatment and Recovery
Addiction Guide for Spouses & Partners
Our intimate relationships are supposed to be safe havens, and our homes places that provide shelter from danger. Yet for many Americans, a close relationship with an addicted partner can become a source of chaos, emotional upheaval, and even violence. Substance abuse can eventually destroy a couple by undermining trust. Read the full Addiction Guide for Spouses and Partners
Guide for Parents of Addicted Children and Teens
Whether you are a biological parent or guardian of a child, you have probably gone to great lengths to protect that young person from illness and injury. Yet having a child succumb to the disease of addiction can still come as a shock, leaving families unprepared for the consequences. Parents often find that they blame themselves or each other for a child’s substance abuse, or that they resent their teenager for getting involved with a “bad” crowd of kids or for disobeying household rules. Read the full Addiction Guide for Parents of Addicted Children
Guide for Children of Addicted Parents
Regardless of our age, we are always deeply influenced by the people who raise us. These influences include not only the genes inherited from biological parents, but also the behaviors, habits, values, and communication styles that we learn from our adult caregivers. This same pattern applies to the way we use alcohol or drugs. The National Institute on Drug Abuse estimates that 25 percent of American kids grow up in households where substance abuse is present. In homes where one or more adults abuse alcohol or drugs, children are approximately twice as likely to develop addictive disorders themselves Read the full Addiction Guide for Children of Addicted Parents
Addiction Treatment Admissions at Sunrise House
Making the choice to seek addiction treatment is a huge step. The person suffering from substance use disorder must make this decision for themselves as it is ultimately their commitment to recovery that will make it successful. This can be the hardest part. We’re here to make the transition from deciding to seek help to actually getting that help easy.
At Sunrise House Treatment Center, we are committed to life-changing care and creating a personalized treatment plan for you or your loved one. With proven results, you can be confident in our care. If you or you loved one are not ready to take the first step today – please use these handy guides for talking about treatment and gathering the information you need to start admissions.
If you or your loved one is ready to start recovery today – you can start online or give us a call anytime at .
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