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Caron Treatment Centers believes it is imperative to engage an individual’s family from the onset of treatment. Caron places a major emphasis on involving the entire family in the treatment and recovery process. Family members are strongly encouraged, and, in some cases, required to attend one of Caron Pennsylvania’s program-specific educational and therapeutic programs to learn about the disease of addiction and develop tools for their own personal recoveries.
Family Education Programs are part of each of Caron Pennsylvania’s comprehensive treatment programs for adolescents and teens, young adult, adults and relapse. The family education programs help families and patients understand the emotional consequences of addiction, the recovery process, the impact of addiction on the family, and how families get well.
Family Education Services Available for Those Who Don’t have a Loved One in Treatment at Caron
If you have a loved one that is not currently a patient at Caron; continues to struggle in an active addiction; or if you are unsure if they have an addiction, you have the opportunity to partake in components of Caron’s Family Education Program. Families can participate in two-days of educational and interactive family education programming that focuses on such topics as the disease of addiction, the recovery process and how to support recovery, setting boundaries, plus many more topics that are crucial for family recovery efforts.
To learn more about participating in Caron’s family education, click here or contact a Caron Admissions Specialist at 800-854-6023.