Watching someone you love struggle with opioid addiction can be stressful and discouraging. You might worry about how this addiction is having a negative impact on different areas of their life, or you might worry about their risk of an overdose. While you might not be able to help your loved one make a full recovery on your own, you can encourage them to seek support and professional treatment. This puts them on the right path to recovering from an opioid addiction and enjoying a healthier life. At Anchor Addiction and Wellness Center, we have experienced staff available to provide your loved one with the care they need in order to overcome opioid addiction. Your loved one can receive this care at our outpatient center in Chillicothe.
Why Seek Care for a Loved One
How to Seek Care for a Loved One
Your loved one might not be prepared to admit that they have a problem with opioid substances, especially if they have had an addiction for a long time. Confronting them about their addiction can make them feel defensive and unwilling to seek help. If your loved one is resistant to admitting that they have a problem and that they need treatment, the experts at Anchor Addiction and Wellness Center can help. We can offer advice on how to approach your loved one and how to discuss their opioid addiction in a way that helps them understand the need for treatment.
If your loved one knows that they have a problem and need help, reaching out to addiction experts as soon as possible is important. Our team can give you the information you need to get your loved one into one of our treatment programs. This begins with a consultation, which allows us to learn more about your loved one’s situation. We need this information in order to determine the most effective care for their recovery.