Admissions For Families

``A lesson for all of us is that for every loss, there is victory, for every sadness, there is joy, and when you think you've lost everything, there is hope.`` - Geraldine Solon

Your loved one has made the life-changing decision to seek treatment for her addiction. This is a time of hope for everyone in the family.

Admissions For FamiliesAddiction is a family disease – one person may use, however, the whole family suffers. We know that the addict’s journey into full-blown addiction has been a frightening time for everyone. Fear and anxiety can consume the whole family.

The wonderful news is that your loved one is taking the first step towards recovery by entering treatment at Her House Rehab.

You could be wondering what to expect in the coming days and weeks as your beloved family member receives the treatment that they so desperately need.

When your loved one comes to treatment at Her House, we want you to be confident in knowing that we provide the best and safest care possible for all of our clients. Our staff are experts in the field of addiction. We are caring and compassionate professionals that share a collective goal of helping the addict and her entire family heal from this debilitating disease.

Addiction is a threefold disease that centers on the mind, body, and spirit. In other words – addiction is a brain disease, physical ailment, and mental obsession. Treatment is required if there is any hope of overcoming addiction.

“When you get into a tight place and everything goes against you, till it seems as though you could not hang on a minute longer, never give up then, for that is just the place and time that the tide will turn.” - Harriet Beecher Stowe

It is not your loved one’s fault that they are an addict. Addiction does not discriminate. Addiction can strike the most beautiful, loving, and talented people. Judgment and shaming have no place at Her House.

Our facility grounds are beautiful and serene thereby allowing your loved one to heal in an ideal California setting. If your loved one has to go through a detoxification process, we will make sure that they are as comfortable as possible. Our highly trained medical personnel will take every effort to ensure their safety. The safety of our loved one is of utmost importance to all of us at Her House.

We have various forms of therapy offered at Her House along with an introduction to twelve step programs that have countless other women recover and live happy lives.

Your loved one will be able to contact you via telephone during designated call times. After your loved one has settled in and is getting acclimated to the treatment setting you will be invited to participate in Family Day at Her House.

Family Day is a very special opportunity for you and your loved one to reconnect. This gives both the client and their family a chance to see each other and the wonderful changes that are occurring!

Many family systems are damaged by the time treatment is sought. We have a family therapy program at Her House that focuses on bringing the family together. We want to help foster open communication between family members. It is important that when the recovering addict returns home that everyone is participating in new and healthy approaches.

``Because now that it's finally morning, the shadows are beginning to fade, the shadows that have been covering my mind and my soul. Now that they're gone, I can almost start to see the way, and it's different from the one they'd convinced me was all I could have.`` - Vixen Phillips

We advocate for family members to attend any of the support networks that are available for families. Al-Anon, Families Anonymous, Alateen, and Parents Anonymous are a few. This is also the beginning of own recovery from the effects of addiction. These support networks coupled with family therapy can be of great help for everyone!

If you have any questions about what you can you do for own recovery or about the admissions process, please do not hesitate to contact us!


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