Alcoholism and Addiction are Family Diseases
It seems that no one becomes an addict in a vacuum. Past and present relationships matter, in both the enablement of the illness and the successful beginning of recovery. Family will always matter, but family members are often the last to realize that there is a problem.
If you or a loved one is presently suffering from alcoholism or addiction, then you are not alone. Carroll Institute has a wonderfully supportive family program that aligns with a majority of our services. We have family group opportunities and individual sessions to support establishing holistic wellness. Counselors guide individuals and their family members in education, recovery and clinical improvements that will foster successful recovery for all.
If you have a loved one in need, don’t hesitate call for information and support 888-254-4543.
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0-2 It is probable that no significant addiction is present, but if the “yes” count increases, honestly seek help.
3-6 Addiction is probably beginning to be a problem. There is no judgment, only encouragement. Seek help early to reduce future wreckage.
More than 6 Addiction is causing unnecessary problems in your life. Sadly, it will only get worse. Addictions, left untreated, almost always deteriorate. We invite you to “Turn Over a New Life” and begin the recovery you deserve.
Have you ever decide to stop using for a week or more, but your attempt only lasted a few days?
Do you wish people would stop bothering you about your chemical usage?
Have you ever switched types of drug or alcohol or switched drugs for alcohol or alcohol for drugs in the effort that this would help you better keep control of your addiction?
Have you ever used drugs or drank to wake up during the past year?
Do you envy people who can use drugs or drink without getting into trouble?
Have you had relational, financial or legal problems during the past year due to your drinking or drug use?
Do you ever get a little high or drunk before you go to a social event because you know you won’t get enough drugs or alcohol at the event?
Do you tell yourself you can stop drinking or using any time you want to, even though you find yourself high or drunk when you don’t want to be?
Have you missed days of work or school due to drinking or using?
Do you have periods of time when you can’t remember what you did when you were high or drunk?
Have you ever felt that your life would be better if you did not use drugs or get drunk?
Has drinking ever caused troubles for you at home, including bills not being paid; fighting with children, parents or partner; and isolating?