Parents, siblings, extended family, partners and friends who care for a person struggling with addiction know how exhausting and painful it is to watch someone you love live unhealthily.
A child who grows in a family where there is addiction is prone to feel emotionally and physically unsafe and neglected. Whether your a child or an adult, a parent or a sibling, we are here to support you if you have been impacted by caring for a person struggling with addiction.
Sometimes caring for someone who is struggling with addiction can leave you having feelings of guilt, self-blaming, episodes of anxiety, feeling desperation for help, and not knowing what you are supposed to do.
For these situations we offer:
– individual and group counselling
– in-home intervention
– assessment and referral for treatment