Renascent’s Family Programs provide hope and healing for the entire family
The disease of addiction impacts the entire family – not just the person with the alcohol or drug problem.
As a family member, you’re likely worried, confused and afraid for the future. You may feel that you can’t share what is going on in your family with others, a sense of isolation and even despair. But there is hope – for you, your loved one and your family.
For your loved one, Renascent offers highly effective, abstinence-based alcohol and drug rehab treatment – the best choice for lasting success. Over 71% of our clients are clean and sober two years after treatment. If you are looking for a rehab centre that offers recognized credentials, we are a fully accredited treatment centre, offering separate programs and centres for men and women, and have helped over 45,000 people reclaim their lives from alcoholism and drug addiction since we opened our doors over 40 years ago. Our centres aren’t institutions. They’re homes – warm, caring, dignified and supportive environments.
For you and your family, Renascent offers comprehensive family treatment programs to help you understand addiction, how it impacts the family and how you can actively participate in your loved one’s recovery – and, most importantly, your own. Our Children’s Program is designed for kids aged 7 to 13 who are struggling with a loved one’s addiction. We also offer one-on-one counselling for adults, adolescents and children.
What if your loved one refuses drug or alcohol abuse treatment? Learning about addiction, how it affects the family, and what you can and can’t control will help you embark upon your own journey of recovery and wellness – a life-changing journey you deserve.
Call toll-free 1-866-232-1212 to speak with a Renascent family counsellor. We will listen to you, explore treatment options with you, and help you find hope again.
Renascent. Your best choice for lasting family recovery.
* 71.4% of clients who completed Primary Care and Continuing Care successfully maintained abstinence 24 months post-treatment (Sue Weinstein, Research & Evaluation Consultants, October 2008)[