E-book: How to Help a Loved One Struggling with Substance Use Disorder

Eleanor Health
September 13, 2023

When someone you care about deeply is dealing with something as challenging as addiction or Substance Use Disorder (SUD), standing by and watching them suffer can be incredibly painful. What makes the situation even more difficult is not knowing what you can do to support them. What helps and what hurts? While everything may seem out of your control, there are ways for you to get involved to help your loved one begin their journey with addiction recovery.

Even if you don’t experience addiction directly, caring for someone with a Substance Use Disorder can be complex and confusing. We are here to help you better understand your loved ones and support them while still caring for yourself and your own mental health.

This guide will provide resources and information so you have a place to start.

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Eleanor Health provides comprehensive outpatient mental health and addiction treatment that includes medication, therapy, counseling, and connection to resources. We recognize that every Eleanor community member is a unique individual and treat them with dignity and compassion. Our commitment to your health and wellbeing is unwavering and without judgment. We strive to make a real, positive difference in the lives of our members, their loved ones, and the communities we serve.

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