When you are ready to take action related to your or someone you love and care about’ s misuse of alcohol, some other drug or another unhealthy condition that is affecting their life, and yours, in an unintended and negative manner; we can help and we will come to you. With YOU and the person you are concerned about, we collaborate and develop a partnership, a team, to address the unhealthy condition where you are, where you live and where you travel.
We believe that addressing the condition everywhere it presents itself is one of the essential ingredients to long term success in your stopping allowing the condition to bully you, your loved one or your family. You ask, “Why not just go or take the person to a rehab facility, do a drop off, have the family program and let the program them take care of the problem?”. Some of you reading this have already done that, perhaps more than once, and the problem returned. Sooner or later when your loved one returned home. Some of you are in your first, and what you hope will be you last round with the condition. No matter which position you are in, we want this to be the beginning of the last round you have to fight with what is affecting the one you love and the rest of your family.
We don’t believe, in most situations, that walking around the bully, going off somewhere for a month or so and hoping it will go away or move to another street works the way most people hope it will. We believe integrating care in the context of your life is essential to having the bully stay away from where you live, work and travel; with whom you live and socialize; where you recreate and spend your leisure. Your domicile and its surroundings, no matter where that may be, is the place to start and maintain mastery over your life. Learning to manage the bully in all the places, with all these people, doing all the things you do where you do them can happen sooner rather than later. Start from the beginning and, with the help of your team, start your success by learning how to integrate tools you will learn and practice from day one rather than waiting for your “release” from rehab.