For Families Struggling with Addiction
At Townsend, we interact with addiction and families every day. We understand how much addiction and drug use impacts relationships, especially among families. Our patients need a strong support network to fight their disease. Townsend’s weekly family night is a portion of our addiction treatment because family members are an important part of the solution.
The Townsend Way explains more about the type of care we provide. Townsend is truly a different treatment program that works. This is why our graduates refer new patients to us everyday. We are here to help you take control over addiction. Call us to talk to someone right now.
“Family night was a benefit because it opened my wife’s eyes to what I am going through and it let her get things off her chest. Townsend is the reason I still have my family, and I am not abusing opiates today.” – Verniace G.
“Townsend helped balance my busy school schedule and life while keeping meetings and medication…it really helped me adjust to the sober lifestyle. I am now one year sober and close to graduating college.” – Hannah W.
“When she first told me it would last for 8 weeks, I almost walked out. If I had walked out it would have been like walking out on my wife and kids. I stayed.” – Troy C.
“It has brought my family and me closer, allowing us to do things together without our attention being centered on my using.” – Chip L.
“I have been sober for 5 months and it feels wonderful. My husband has been my rock throughout all of this. He stood by me through all the bad times and let me tell you, I was pretty rough at the end. I did not want to live anymore, but he wouldn’t let me give up on my girls. I want to thank Townsend, Dr. Wetsman, and my counselor Stephanie for saving my life.” – Mildred R.
“My husband and I watched his younger brother lose everything that has ever meant anything to him. Therefore, that’s the only outcome I could see for us. I could see the damage involved and wanted no part of it. I didn’t see my husband’s using as a ‘need,’ only a ‘want.’ I was sure I would never get past the anger of my husband’s addiction. Several weeks later, in group, I realized I wasn’t carrying that weight around with me anymore.” – Brenda O.