Caring for everyone involved in the recovery through Family Support Groups

Confidant Health knows how hard it could get for a family member to see your loved one undergo a difficult time; this is why we provide family support groups that may serve as a healing community.

We offer various learning opportunities to help you understand your loved one’s condition more. Confidant Groups meet virtually every week and are guided by skilled experts and fellow members.

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Why Choose Confidant Health’s Virtual Support Groups

A safe, virtual space for everyone around you and the one's you love. Connect with other people with the same experiences. Download the app to check out Confidant Health’s family support groups. Join and attend one today!

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We are your family and your safe space

What happens in Confidant Groups stays in Confidant Groups. Our professional facilitators will be present during your session and on your message board to verify that the groups adhere to our code of conduct. You are not alone in this journey.

Receive support from experts and professionals

All sessions are facilitated by licensed clinicians who can provide clinical insight and expertise. They give a comprehensive approach to subjects like coping with their loved one's drug or alcohol addiction or the death of their loved one by combining support and education. With Confidant, learning and support is a guarantee.

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Confidant family support group builds connection

Confidant promotes friendship to help you get through difficult times. There's no better way to connect with people than through Confidant Groups, whether you're seeking personal counsel or just someone to talk to about something you've been through in common.

How does it work

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1. Download the app

Whether you download the app or call our hotline, the Confidant team will make sure that we attend to your needs right away.

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2. Get acquaintance call

The Confidant app will connect you to our virtual office manager who’ll direct and orient you about all treatment options available.

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3. First Virtual appointment

Our virtual office manager will set you up with a clinician or a counselor/therapist, depending on your needs.

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4. Post-Virtual appointment

The assigned clinician or counselor/therapist will make recommendations on how you can best engage with the Confidant app and care team.

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5. Chat with Alfie

Should you have any other concerns, questions, or suggestions, you can always send a message to Alfie, Confidant’s Chatbot, and we’ll try to respond to them right away.

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What is a family support group?

It doesn't hurt to connect with someone with the same experience as you during tough times. A family support group supports family members who have a loved one experiencing substance use or other mental health issues. This will provide emotional and mental support to its members via the Confidant Health App.

Some people prefer internet communities over face-to-face meetings because they are more at ease discussing personal issues. In certain cases, they're used in conjunction with face-to-face sessions.

How can a family support group be helpful?

The importance of family engagement cannot be overstated. The sooner you get engaged and get help for yourself if you have a loved one who is addicted, the better. A virtual family support group won’t require you to come to a place weekly; therefore, it won’t be a hassle.

Family support groups can be helpful for people who are scared to open up in person. They could be more at ease telling and sharing stories about their experiences virtually from their own safe space.

Do I need to join a family support group?

Families and friends of persons with substance use and mental health issues might benefit greatly from joining a support group. A loved one's drug addiction may cause a wide range of feelings in family members, including feelings of humiliation and loss as well as anger and guilt.

Loving someone addicted to drugs or alcohol may be intensely painful and unpredictable. Thus, a family support group can be your way to cope and stay calm. Joining a group will provide you with a lot of information regarding substance misuse; thus, you will understand things deeper. Check out our support groups for more details.

Why should people around the person in recovery also join a family support group?

Every family member is affected by drug misuse: from parents to children, brothers to sisters, and on. Families of those with behavioral health disorders might benefit from support groups specifically for them. Keeping in mind that you are not the only one who has gone through what you are going through will help you get the assistance you need.

The recovery process can be exhausting, but a family support group can be your safe space to cope and learn about what you need to know about the recovery process. It is often not a smooth journey, but you are never alone.

How often should you attend a family support group?

Weekly or monthly, depending on the group you belong to, Confidant Health's virtual support groups meet often.Depending on what you're searching for in the group, the answer to this question is highly subjective. Weekly or monthly, depending on the group you belong to, Confidant Health's virtual support groups meet often.

Family support groups meet once a week and provide a secure and private environment for individuals to come together, express themselves freely, process their feelings and connect with others going through similar experiences. These organizations allow people to express themselves without fear of judgment or condemnation. Virtual support groups have no geographical boundaries so that anybody can join at any time.

Still have questions?

Our team is available 24/7 to answer any questions you have or to help you schedule an appointment.

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