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Information for Families Cape Cod Sober House

Information for Families & Loved Ones

Making the decision for a loved one to reside in one of our recovery homes is a choice we don't take lightly. As both treatment professionals and individuals in recovery, we are understanding of the impact the disease of addiction has on families and the community.  Let us help you and your loved one navigate the path forward, together. 

Here a few, but not all, of the different resources we provide access to:

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Health

Recovery is a journey back to our best self.  Our health takes a backseat during active addiction, and at Integrity Sober Living, we emphasize healing aligned according to both body and mind.

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Wellness

Wellness looks different for everyone.  Integrity Sober Living promotes its expansive network of area wellness studios, fitness centers, healing modalities, yoga, etc.

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Nature

Within proximity to area trails, hikes and preserves - Integrity Sober Living encourages its residents to engage in outdoor activities. 

Resources for the Family

The Family Restored

  • www.thefamilyrestored.org

  • A support group run by addicts and alcoholics in recovery for families dealing with family members in the active stages of addiction.

  • Family Restored runs support groups in towns all over the region. See the link for the latest locations and times.

     

Allies in Recovery

  • http://alliesinrecovery.net/

  • AIR is an online-learning platform for families with loved ones who struggle with drugs or alcohol. They provide community, personalized guidance, and a scientifically-proven program to give you the skill-set you’ll need to help.

     

Learn2Cope

  • www.learn2cope.org

  • A peer-led support network for families dealing with addiction and recovery.
     

Al-Anon/ Alateen

  • www.ma-al-anon-alateen.org

  • Groups for adults or teens who need support while their family members are struggling with alcohol or drug addiction. 
     

Families Anonymous

  • www.familiesanonymous.org

  • A 12-step fellowship for families and friends who feel desperation from the destructive behavior of someone very near to them.

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