Family Matters Program | Lionrock Recovery
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family matters

We designed our family matters program to support you,
the loved ones of people struggling with addiction.

We accept most private health insurance.

See your coverage options

We accept most private health insurance.

See your coverage options

We accept most private health insurance.

See your coverage options

what does the lionrock family support program look like?

We understand that when a family member is struggling with substance use disorder, it's easy for addiction to become the focal point of your family's life. Our Family Matters Program is designed to provide support and educate family members about substance abuse. This program is made entirely for you - the family member - to get the support you need. Your loved one doesn't need to be enrolled for you to participate in our program.

what does the lionrock family support program look like?

We understand that when a family member is struggling with substance use disorder, it's easy for addiction to become the focal point of your family's life. Our Family Matters Program is designed to provide support and educate family members about substance abuse. This program is made entirely for you - the family member - to get the support you need. Your loved one doesn't need to be enrolled for you to participate in our program.

One, 90min group session per week
Evening weekday schedule
Additional counseling sessions available

One, 90min group
session per week
Evening weekday
schedule
Additional counseling
sessions available

peter's story

Lionrock CEO

Peter Loeb has dedicated his life to helping people with recovery after having a sister and a daughter (Ashley) who both struggled with substance abuse. He founded Lionrock Recovery as an online substance abuse counseling center for those who need a private way to get help due to the stigma of addiction and a safe space to recover. Peter calls Lionrock his “revenge against addiction.”

Listen to Peter's story
get to know our podcast host, ashley loeb blassingame

Ashley’s experience with substance abuse started from a very young age, and took her to the brink of death. From drinking in her closet at age 7, to using cocaine in middle school, to being kidnapped...

what makes lionrock family support different?

Most experienced online program

Lionrock is the most experienced online recovery program. Since 2010, we’ve helped thousands of people across the country.

Built to be online

Lionrock’s programs were designed to be online whereas other programs are still adapting to the new normal of life online.

Privacy matters to us

With online support groups, you don’t have to worry about the stigma of seeking out help for a loved one. Fight addiction from your home.

getting started with family matters is simple,
and here’s how it works

step 1

start the conversation

Connect with a counselor who understands what it’s like to have a loved one suffering from addiction.

step 2

tell us about you

Let us know about your struggles with your loved one and the questions you have to help support them.

step 3

begin treatment

Get the support you need and learn to cope by working in individual and group sessions with people like you.

why family support is crucial

Having a loved one that struggles with addiction is a huge mental toll and the turmoil it can cause within your family can be overwhelming. At Lionrock, we know those feelings well. We can help you live better with the problem and figure out what to do. Learn how to support your loved one, while not enabling them or pushing them away. Find other people who are in the same situation as you and gain insight into others’ struggles and successes.

why family support is crucial

Having a loved one that struggles with addiction is a huge mental toll and the turmoil it can cause within your family can be overwhelming. At Lionrock, we know those feelings well. We can help you live better with the problem and figure out what to do. Learn how to support your loved one, while not enabling them or pushing them away. Find other people who are in the same situation as you and gain insight into others’ struggles and successes.

you're not alone

You can learn to support your loved one while getting the resources needed to care for yourself in the midst of this difficult time. Let’s connect you with a counselor who can help. It’s free.

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commonly asked questions

  • what is the difference between Family Matters and Al Anon?

    Mutual self-help groups like Al Anon are typically led by volunteers. With Lionrock’s Family Matters Program, you’ll work with a professional therapist who is licensed in your state. You’ll attend weekly family support groups and weekly individual sessions all facilitated by your therapist.

    All of our therapists are top licensed clinicians specializing in substance use disorders (SUD) and dual diagnosis (co-occurring disorders). They understand the chaos, confusion, and loss experienced by individuals who love someone with an addiction. And, they’re trained to help family members set and maintain appropriate boundaries, communicate effectively, recognize and deal with relapse, and most importantly care for one’s self in the midst of difficult and challenging times.

  • does my family member need to attend Lionrock for me to participate?

    No, your family member does not need to be in our program for you to participate in Family Matters. If you love someone who is struggling with addiction, we’ll work with you.

    The goal of the Family Matters Program is to educate you on concepts related to addiction and recovery using an evidence-based program. At the same time, you’ll work with a therapist to resolve any personal challenges you are experiencing related to your loved one’s substance use disorder.

  • is my treatment at Lionrock confidential?

    Your privacy is both guaranteed by law (see our consent forms for details) and our priority. From the moment you first interact with us through when you join other Lionrock alumni, we protect your identity and communications at every step of the process. Of course, to benefit from any treatment program, clients must share their thoughts and feelings with their counselors and group session members. But how much you share is up to you.

  • how do I start?

    Getting started is easy. Caring and educated counselors are available and ready to help! Get in touch with a Lionrock admissions counselor today to learn more about your personal options for substance abuse treatment. Call us at 800.819.5852, or fill out a form or live-chat with us at www.lionrockrecovery.com.

Mutual self-help groups like Al Anon are typically led by volunteers. With Lionrock’s Family Matters Program, you’ll work with a professional therapist who is licensed in your state. You’ll attend weekly family support groups and weekly individual sessions all facilitated by your therapist.

All of our therapists are top licensed clinicians specializing in substance use disorders (SUD) and dual diagnosis (co-occurring disorders). They understand the chaos, confusion, and loss experienced by individuals who love someone with an addiction. And, they’re trained to help family members set and maintain appropriate boundaries, communicate effectively, recognize and deal with relapse, and most importantly care for one’s self in the midst of difficult and challenging times.

No, your family member does not need to be in our program for you to participate in Family Matters. If you love someone who is struggling with addiction, we’ll work with you.

The goal of the Family Matters Program is to educate you on concepts related to addiction and recovery using an evidence-based program. At the same time, you’ll work with a therapist to resolve any personal challenges you are experiencing related to your loved one’s substance use disorder.

Your privacy is both guaranteed by law (see our consent forms for details) and our priority. From the moment you first interact with us through when you join other Lionrock alumni, we protect your identity and communications at every step of the process. Of course, to benefit from any treatment program, clients must share their thoughts and feelings with their counselors and group session members. But how much you share is up to you.

Getting started is easy. Caring and educated counselors are available and ready to help! Get in touch with a Lionrock admissions counselor today to learn more about your personal options for substance abuse treatment. Call us at 800.819.5852, or fill out a form or live-chat with us at www.lionrockrecovery.com.

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