At Braking Point Recovery Center, we believe that addiction is a family disease and all family members and significant others have been adversely affected by alcohol and drug dependency and have a right and need to be involved in treatment, and should be included in the recovery process.

We are interested in assisting chemically dependent people and their families to become more comfortable with one another while opening new lines of communication and developing new family coping skills.  Additionally, family members are encouraged to attend outside Al-Anon and/or Nar-Anon support meetings. Individual family counseling may be extended into Continuing Care and where appropriate, referrals for additional family counseling are made.

Talking to your family will help improve their own quality of life while also enhancing your chances for a successful, lasting recovery.