Having a loved one struggle with opioid addiction is challenging.
As an addiction treatment company, we understand opioid addiction does not start and end with your addicted loved one. It affects your entire family dynamic and oftentimes, addiction is hard to understand.
In the list below we have compiled blogs to help families and friends with addicted loved ones navigate opioid addiction and how to better interact and understand your addicted love one, learn how to support a loved one who has decided to start Suboxone treatment, other Workit resources, and other valuable national resources that provide great information.
Resources for Family and Friends:
- Getting Through the Holidays With A Loved One in Recovery
- How to Support Loved Ones in Recovery Over the Holidays
- How to Stop Regretting Conversations with Your Addicted Loved One
- How Support Groups Help Me Cope With My Loved Ones Addiction
- Karen’s Story- Addiction From A Mother’s Perspective
- 7 Emotions that Keep Us From Confronting Loved Ones About Addiction
- The Impact of Addiction in Employees’ Families
- 4 Things I’ve Learned From Having Loved Ones Who Struggled With Addiction
- Why Is My Addicted Loved One Being A Jerk?
- Walking on Eggshells with an Addict? Here’s What to Do.
- When A Friend Relapses
Have a loved one in Suboxone treatment?
Other Workit Support Resources:
- How To Tell Your Friends and Family About Your Child’s Addiction
- Finding Gratitude Within Addiction
- Resources for the Families of Those Suffering with Addiction
- SAMHSA- Substance abuse pamphlet for families
- National Institute on Drug Abuse- Parents and Educators Information
- Family Recovery Support Groups
- Family Resource Center