Drug & Alcohol Detox in Philadelphia

Supporting Your Loved One During Substance Detox And Rehab In Philadelphia

Beacon Point Recovery Center is well aware of how drug and alcohol use impacts all family members. We also know those challenges can continue even if a relation begins substance use treatment. We want to offer valuable addiction treatment services and information for Philadelphia area families and assist them in learning how to support a loved one in their time of need.

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​​What Families Should Know About Substance Use Treatment At Beacon Point

Beacon Point Recovery Center Philadelphia knows our patients have people in their lives who care about them and want them to get the highest level of care at our alcohol and drug detox and rehab facility near Philadelphia. That’s why we individualize our care to your loved one’s needs and are upfront about what you may count on from us.

Our patients have the most success if they are able to concentrate completely on treatment away from exterior influences. We also make each patient’s confidentiality a leading concern. For these reasons, we prohibit visitors from our location. However, your family member will have the chance to call you with staff permission, and we will ask them for emergency contact information.

Throughout your loved one’s time in our facility, our expert nursing staff and clinicians support them with individualized treatments and maintain their comfort with safe accommodations and nutritious meals. Someone is always there to get them what they need so that they–and you–never have to worry about anything.

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Ways To Support A Family Member In Substance Use Recovery

We believe family plays a vital role in our patients’ success. However, knowing how to help a person recovering from substance use can be a challenge. Here are some tips for friends and family:

    • Explore resources on substance use and the rehabilitation process
    • Communicate with them often and actively listen to them
    • Learn healthy communication skills
    • Give them space when they want
    • Help them find treatment whenever they're ready
    • Help them find a way to get to the proper facility
    • Abstain from criticizing, judging, or placing blame
    • Go to family therapy together

Get Help For A Loved One Today

If you or a family member is looking for addiction services near Philadelphia, we are here for you. Call us at 267-715-9624 or submit the form on this page for a no-cost, personal consultation. We reply quickly every time, no matter the time or day. We are here for you now.