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Family Program

English Mountain Recovery: Family Program

family program rehabAddiction impacts the entire family and English Mountain Recovery is committed to providing support to the loved ones of those entering treatment for drug and alcohol abuse. Research shows that long-term recovery success rates are increased when the entire family is involved in the addiction recovery process.

Goals of Addiction Therapy for the Family

Our family program at English Mountain Recovery is designed to enable your loved one to partake in your recovery while you yourself explore your own journey -- and all the while healing the connection between relationships. To this end, our caring and credentialed staff will help you and the members of your family:

Our Family Program: What to Expect

To help our clients achieve insight and maintain healthy relationships as they begin own journey toward recovery, participants take part in the following activities:

Reach Out About Our Family Program

At English Mountain Recovery, we strive to make you and your loved ones feel embraced and supported during your entire recovery process. To learn more about how our Tennessee rehab facility can provide the best addiction therapy for all of those involved, call us today. You can reach us toll-free at 877-459-8595.

Husband of Alcoholic Wife Letter

In the beginning I didn’t want to go and came up with many reasons to justify not going. Then a friend told me he had been going to Al-Anon for several months and invited me to go out to dinner with him and then followed by a meeting. He even offered to pay for dinner, so I went!

When we got to the meeting I was nervous and felt uneasy about being there. I wasn’t the “sick one” and the place was not what I expected. In my opinion it looked dirty, the people were seedy looking, the chairs were uncomfortable, and what if they called on me, what would I say? I could not wait for the meeting to end. I didn’t like it and didn’t get very much out of it, but I was told to try to attend 6 meetings before making up my mind.

That was in 1997; today I still go to Al-Anon meetings. The Al-Anon meetings have become a way of life for me and now I actually enjoy going and look forward to the Wednesday night meetings. Today my best friends are at those meetings, and they are like family to me. I have learned that the meetings are for me, and not the alcoholic in my life.

Nancy attends her meetings and I attend mine. Al-Anon has become a way of life for me and I just love it! To me it’s like taking vitamins. I feel great so why would I stop? I urge you to consider attending Al-Anon too. If you are not happy with the results they will gladly refund all of your misery and unhappiness.

With the help of Al-Anon I can be happy whether the alcoholic in my life is drinking or not. This is a family disease and while I didn’t personally cause it, I certainly can’t cure it, and I can’t control the alcoholic. I can take care of myself and Al-Anon supports me in doing just that.