CeDAR’s Family Program provides education and support for any family member who has a loved one struggling with substance abuse. Addiction is a disease that is destructive to your entire family. It can rob each individual of their identity, create dysfunctional behaviors, and damage relationships. Family members often blame themselves or try to control an addict’s behavior. CeDAR’s Family Week workshop gives you guidance and education, including:
CeDAR Family Week happens once per month to help you and your family learn about your loved one’s addiction and recovery for yourself. It’s a 5-day program scheduled for Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Anyone, 15 years old and up, can participate in CeDAR Family Week. Family Week is also open to the public. Contact Blair Thurston for more information about cost and schedule.Family Members Click Here for More Information
You can provide them the opportunity to seek treatment for themselves. What you can do for yourself is learn how to hold your boundaries about their substance use. CeDAR’s Family Week workshop can give you the necessary support and education to take care of yourself, no matter what your loved one does.
The “cure” isn’t what you might think. Like any chronic disease, addiction requires dedicated recovery to keep in remission. You can learn about the disease of addiction during Family Week. You’ll also find support from other family members who also have addicted loved ones.
Addiction in the family usually affects everyone involved. Each person deserves to get help in restoring their mental and emotional health. CeDAR Family Week is about you and your family. Your addicted loved one already has the support of a treatment team. You deserve a support team of your own.Sign Up for CeDAR Family Week
JULY 1, 2020 – CeDAR Family Program usually host Family Week each month to provide education and support for family members of addicted loved ones. Due to the current COVID-1 restrictions we have asked CeDAR Family Counselor, Blair Thurston, to provide Telehealth consultation for family and loved ones struggling to deal with an addicted person. If you have an addicted loved one, and you need help changing your own life please reach out.
Contact CeDAR Family Counselor by email at Blair.Thurston@uchealth.org or by phone at (720) 848-3070 to schedule an initial consultation. We can determine if telehealth family counseling is appropriate for you.
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