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Safety First

Any step to reduce use or to lower the risks when using substances is a step toward wellness. Helping your loved one take prescription medications safely and keeping them as safe as possible if they use substances can be lifesaving.


Skills and Supports for Well-Being

Learn more about life skills and supports that can help your loved one live a more rewarding and fulfilling life.

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Continuing Care

Recovery is an ongoing process, and your loved one will need your support to help manage their recovery over time.


Fact Check

Facts to know about recovery

“Recovery isn’t perfect,” Hampton says. “There can be challenges, hiccups, even slips, but these are opportunities to learn. Offering support, love, encouragement and resources can truly help a person change.”

Recovery is a process of change. People in recovery learn new ways to improve their health and wellness and to reach their full potential. However, it is truly a process where each person decides how to seek help, work through a substance use problem or a mental health challenge in their own unique way. The involvement of family and friends who believe in their loved one’s ability to recovery is critical to the long-term success of this recovery process.


Housing Supports

Safe and stable housing is one of the most important needs when it comes to recovery and well-being.


Managing Relapses (Return to Use)

Recovery is about progress, not perfection, and relapses might happen. Learn how to support your loved one and help keep them safe throughout their recovery.

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Additional Resources

Recovery is a journey, but you are not alone on it. Read below for more resources and support.