Services For Families

Before, During, and After Treatment

Caron Treatment Centers offers many services for family members of loved ones struggling with harmful substance use. These services are available to any family member concerned about substance use, during a loved one’s treatment, or after for recovery support and resources.

Family Treatment

Statistics show that patients whose families participate in drug and alcohol rehab have lower relapse rates. Caron’s in-depth family programs educate, guide, and support family members, so they understand the disease of addiction and what they need to do to achieve long-term recovery as a family.

By addressing the challenges within the family system, Caron gives families a foundation they can build on to create a healthy and open family system, one that works for everyone. We also introduce family members to our active alumni and family community so they can build connections with other families going through the same stage of treatment and others in long-term recovery.

Family Services

Caron offers a range of events, both in person and virtually. The Family Series, funded by Jay and Lauren Springer, offers events that provide generalized education and information as well as more specialized programs geared specifically to couples, siblings, adult children, and others.

To view past Family Webinars click here.

Breakthrough offers specially designed workshops at Caron Florida and Caron Pennsylvania that help anyone who desires emotional health, mutually satisfying relationships, and well-being.

This online course describes the impact of addiction on family members and suggests ways professionals can support, provide understanding, and offer resources to the children, teens, and families they serve.

This post-treatment support program includes services that those leaving treatment can rely on for guidance, support, accountability, and resources in early recovery. This program, which provides support over the course of 12 months, is also a supportive resource for family members.

This series features parents who share how they are coping with the challenges of parenting a child with substance use disorder.

PREP is a program designed for parents and caregivers of children in elementary, middle school and high school to offer information on a variety of topics related to substance use, abuse, and disorder.

Caron offers on-campus and regional resources, activities, and support for alumni, families, and friends. Through those connections, members can draw upon the collective experience, strength, and hope within our welcoming network of alumni who celebrate recovery.

Caron’s recovery support specialists provide individualized, clinically driven support, focused on addressing the challenges of after treatment transitions for clients and their family members.

This program incorporates activities, including crafts, team-building exercises, recreation, and educational groups to help children with a family member who has a substance use disorder better understand and cope with the effects of the disease.

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