My Loved One Needs Help with Alcohol Addiction
Whether their drinking is just starting to impact their life or their alcohol abuse has gotten impossible to ignore, Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you guide your loved one toward recovery from alcohol addiction.
You’re Loved One Isn’t Drinking Alone
As much as you may want to hide or ignore your loved one’s drinking problem, it’s important to realize that you’re not alone. Millions of families live with alcoholism among one or more of their family members, but they have more power than they realize to help:
The number of Americans who have been exposed to alcoholism in the family.
The number of children living with at least one parent with alcohol use disorder.
The number of adult Americans who have lived with an alcoholic relative while growing up.
Break the cycle and get your loved one the help they need for their drinking today.
The Tools and Resources Your Loved One Needs
Recovery Unplugged offers a comprehensive range of alcohol addiction treatment services to help your loved one heal as an individual and not just a collection of symptoms or mistakes.
- Sober Living Resources
- Case Management Services
- Bring Your Pet to Treatment
- LGBTQ+-Friendly Care
- Most Insurances Accepted
- Pet-Friendly Rehab
- DUI Court Guidance
No matter how long or how much your loved one has been struggling with their drinking, we’re ready to help them reclaim their lives from alcohol.
Don't be another statistic
Recovery Unplugged is here to help your loved one take their life back.
How Do I Know my Loved One Needs Help?
Social drinking and alcohol-driven culture can blur the lines between what people consider excessive drinking and acceptable use.
While the American Psychiatric Association offers a clear definition of alcohol use disorder, personal experience and behavior will often be your best indicator. Some signs your loved one may need help with alcohol addiction include:
- Shaking and Tremors (Delerium Tremens)
- Severe Cravings
- Excessive Sweating
- Freuquent Headaches
- Liver Issues
- Nausea and Vomiting
- Aggression and Violent Outbursts
- High-Risk Behavior
- Drinking Early in the Day
- Mssing Important Events Because of Drinking
- DUI and Other Legal Issues
- Eagerly Waiting for the Chance to Drink
Other signs may include job loss, chronic health issues, relationship damage that can be directly traced to drinking.
Stepping In: Intervention Services at Recovery Unplugged
It’s hard to know where to begin when trying to help your loved one with their drinking. This is a complex, emotionally driven issue that can lead to even more damage to your relationship if not handled properly.
Recovery Unplugged offers intervention services across the country to help you and the rest of your family reach your loved one. Our interventionists offer experienced guidance in conflict resolution, as well as an objective voice of moderation during the process. We will help you coordinate meeting details and work with you to get the most out of the intervention.
Let Us Partner with You to Save Your Loved One’s Life
You don’t have to sit by and watch the person you care about struggle with alcohol abuse alone. It may be uncomfortable at first, but your relationship is worth fighting for. Recovery Unplugged is ready to help you have the uncomfortable conversation and give your loved one the help they need to overcome alcohol abuse and thrive in recovery. Contact us today to let us know how we can help you and your family.