To the Family
You Can Make a Difference!
As a loved one of a person addicted, you have the power to make a significant difference in their life by helping them to seek care at a leading center experienced in safe and successful addiction recovery. You can help your loved one, and our staff at Hoag Addiction Treatment Centers is here to support you in this journey. Our experts will help you sort through the many questions, concerns, and challenges in getting your loved one help. Freedom from addiction is possible. We can show you how.
What if My Loved One Is Refusing Help?
While speaking out and seeking help for addiction may seem difficult at first, families quickly find they are not alone. It is a common challenge among families facing addiction that the addicted family member does not seem willing to accept help. An equally common misconception is that the family must stand by and wait for their loved one to “hit bottom.”
As with other chronic diseases, early detection and treatment are vital. That’s because the disease of addiction compromises the decision-making circuitry of the brain. Therefore, an addicted person is fortunate to have friends and family who are willing to speak out and seek help when they cannot.
Our Southern California Addiction Recovery Experts Have Experience You Can Trust
When it comes to finding the best care for your loved one, Hoag Addiction Treatment Centers is a trusted and recognized leader in addiction medicine. With more than 25 years of experience, we’ve treated tens of thousands of individuals from across the nation, providing superior alcohol and drug detox and rehab with a personalized approach to successfully meet the unique needs of each individual and family. Read more about why Hoag is the premier addiction treatment center in Southern California.
Take the First Step! Contact Hoag Addiction Treatment Centers 24/7.
We understand the fears, concerns and challenges that come with getting help for a loved one struggling with addiction. Let us help you, help them. Don’t wait. Our line is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week to provide free professional and confidential assessments. Contact us now and let us help you to take those first positive steps toward getting your loved one the help he or she needs.