Family Program & Services
“Addiction is a family disease” is a common phrase, well known in addiction treatment and recovery.
When an individual becomes addicted, every single person in an addict’s immediate family is affected by the substance abuse. The level of addiction and substance of choice will contribute to the impact that addiction has on the whole family unit. “Addiction is a family disease” is a common phrase, well known in addiction treatment and recovery.
There are a number of issues that arise from dealing with a loved one who struggles with the disease of addiction. An eye-opening and sad statistic in today’s generation is the number of children being raised by grandparents. This number has drastically increased over the past two decades, according to the U. S. Census. The two main causes of this are addiction and mental illness.
Other common issues that arise within a family unit brought forth from a substance use disorder can include but are not limited to:
- Domestic Violence
- Child Neglect or Abuse
- Financial Difficulties
- Legal Issues
- Personal Conflict
For more information on our Family Program and Services, you may contact Richard Mayora, LCSW, Banyan's Supervisor of Outpatient and Family Services at firstname.lastname@example.org
Banyan's 3-Tier Family Program and Services
At Banyan Treatment Center, we have a three-tier approach to involving our client’s families in the treatment process. It is our goal to see that this difficult undertaking for you and your loved one will go smoothly and be as productive as possible. We understand how stressful it can be when loved ones are apart, and we believe proper communication is the key element in this process. We are committed to keeping you informed, and we need your commitment to help us by doing your part. So get informed, join in and participate in our family program!
Weekly Family Counseling & Support
Monthly Saturday Family Workshops
Tri-Annual Family Weekend Conference
What our Families are saying...
“It was meaningful and so significant. The timing was perfect for my family. Banyan has been instrumental in giving my son the tools and support he needs to work on his sobriety.”
The education pieces were extremely helpful. Being able to participate in a group session and being able to have this time with my loved one while here.”
“The education we received and the interaction with our son. The ability to address critical issues through the impact letter was invaluable. Hearing the experiences of others was comforting and helpful.”
“Absolutely an excellent weekend. All of the presentations were helpful, educational and moving. I can’t thank you enough for all of your wonderful people. God bless you all.”
“I thank you so much for everything! Thank you for the renewed hope! Thank you for all the hard work-Everyone! Thank you for including the families. This is a family affair.”