Each client at ABT is assigned a case manager who will be in close contact with the family. Throughout your loved one’s rehab plan you will be given updates on how he or she is doing. When your loved one moves on to the next level of care, the case manager will notify you. It is normal to worry about your family member while they are in rehab, which is why ABT’s staff tries to keep families clam and informed.
Each Saturday family members are allowed to visit their loved one. If you are not in the same state as an ABT facility, we setup Skype sessions. These visitations are meant to prove to your loved one that people care about them. It can be hard for them to be in rehab. Chances are people were lied to and cheated during the addict’s using years so there is a lot to fix in most family relationships that had a falling out due to drug addiction or alcoholism.
If loved ones feel support and truly believe that their family knows they are doing the right thing by attending rehab, then they are more likely to put in effort to complete their stint. Inpatient rehab can really test someone, emotionally and physically, knowing their family has their back can help clients stick it out to get the professional help they need.