Telling Loved Ones About Your Addiction

Acknowledging you have a problem with drugs or alcohol can be difficult and scary, but it is the first step toward recovery. Telling your loved ones that you struggle with addiction and need help can be even harder. Letting your loved ones know about your problem with drugs or alcohol can reinforce your willingness and commitment to get sober, and they can encourage your sobriety and show support to help you throughout recovery.

Tips to help you talk to your loved ones

Treatment for addiction

If you or your loved one suffers from a substance use disorder or addiction, get help now. There is no cure for addiction, but treatment is available and there is hope in recovery. Addiction is isolating, but you are not alone. Many who struggle with addiction get help and live enjoyable, healthy, fulfilling lives. Recovery is a lifelong process and getting support from loved ones will encourage your success. Take the first step toward breaking the chains of addiction and get help today.


Daylight Recovery Services takes a holistic approach to substance abuse and co-occurring disorder treatment to address the physical, psychological, and spiritual facets of addiction and recovery. We ensure clients emerge from our facility with the proper tools and confidence in their ability to lead a healthy, enjoyable life. If you or someone you love is ready to break free of the bondage of addiction, contact one of our recovery experts today at 1-833-2DAYLIGHT.