Get Help For Your Addicted Son or Daughter

You don’t have to lose your child to an addiction

We offer treatment services to patients ages 18 and over. Your support and understanding of rehabilitation options could save your child’s life.

We offer treatment services to patients ages 18 and over. Your support and understanding of rehabilitation options could save your child’s life.

Signs that your child may be addicted

  • Exhibiting signs of irritability and extreme mood swings
  • Becoming isolated and distant from friends and family members
  • Changing appearance and acquaintances they hang out with
  • Drinking or using drugs to relax, deal with stress or feel normal
  • Loss of interest in hobbies and other favorite activities
  • Declines in school or work performance
  • Becoming hostile when their drug or alcohol use is mentioned
  • Irregular sleeping patterns

Have you noticed some of these signs? If so, there’s a high possibility that your child is abusing or already addicted to drugs or alcohol

We can help! Speak to an addiction specialist

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Tips for dealing with someone who’s addicted

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Addiction is a chronic disease! It isn’t your fault and you shouldn’t blame yourself.

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  • If you suspect they are using drugs or alcohol, do not threaten or punish them. Anger and threats rarely lead to a positive change in behavior. Offering choices to get healthy will empower them.
  • Protect yourself and the rest of your family. Love your child, but do not allow them to bring you to “rock bottom”.
  • Establish clear boundaries about what behaviors you will and will not tolerate—and stick to them.
  • Join an Al-Anon/Nar-Anon group. They can teach you healthy ways to interact with your child and how to avoid enabling them.
  • Don’t try to do it alone. Seek counseling and help from addiction professionals.

Enabling Doesn’t Help

Enabling is doing things for them that they could normally do for themselves if they were sober. It protects them from the consequences of their addiction and allows them to delay confronting and getting help for their problem.

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Examples of Enabling

  • Waking them up for school/work when they are hungover
  • Giving them money when they lose their job
  • Covering up or making excuses for them
  • Paying their overdue bills and expenses
  • Buying drugs or alcohol for them
  • Avoiding issues that need to be addressed to avoid making the addict angry

Treatment Options

We take an integrated approach to treating addiction. Patients stay for 28 days at our inpatient facility where they are treated for both the physical dependence and the underlying psychological conditions at the root of their addiction.

The Benefits of Inpatient Treatment

  • They live in a safe & supportive environment for 28 days
  • They will receive detox, rehab and an aftercare plan
  • Chances of relapse are minimized
  • Monitored medical support 24/7
  • Prescription medications to manage withdrawal
  • Address co-occurring mental health conditions
  • Dedicate 100% of their time and energy to recovery
  • A support network of peers and professionals who understand what they are going through

Our individualized plans cater to each patient’s specific addiction, background, and mental health needs.

How much does
detox & rehab cost?

Minimizing the amount you’ll have to spend

The cost of inpatient treatment at Northpoint Recovery is different for everyone. Why? We create completely personalized plans based on each individual’s specific addiction, background and mental health needs. We work with most insurance providers in the U.S to provide the best coverage while minimizing your out of pocket costs. To see if your provider will cover your child’s treatment, verify your insurance:

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The Admissions Team

Our admissions representatives are our front-line and your first point of contact with Evergreen. Many of them are recovering addicts and alumni of our program. They have personally experienced the devastating effects that addiction can have on the lives of the addict, their family, and loved ones. Whether it’s by phone, message or chat you’ll be connecting with someone who understands just how challenging and frightening taking the first step towards sobriety can be.

Our Admissions Team

“My goal is to reconnect them with their families, with their children, get their jobs back, get their lives back, because you lose all that when you’re out there using”

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Get the support you need

Taking the first step is half the battle. Choose how you want to get in contact with us to start the process. You can reach us by phone, message or chat.

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