Help for family and loved ones

Castle Craig Addiction Treatment

Take care of family and loved ones

An addiction not only has an impact on the person with the addiction, but also on the people around him or her. It is often difficult to see what the addiction is doing to your loved one. You are angry, sad and you feel powerless. The longer the addiction has a hold on your loved one, the greater the consequences for you as a loved one. It is not uncommon for loved ones and family members to deal with psychological problems as a result of their loved one's addiction.

You would like to help, but you could also use a helping hand yourself. That is why Castle Craig likes to involve family and loved ones in the treatment and we offer support for loved ones. During the intake we discuss who and whom will be registered for this. 


It helps to be able to talk to fellow sufferers, to be involved in the treatment, to understand the behavior surrounding an addiction and to get the tools to deal with it. That is why Castle Craig offers various support for this.

In addition to the family program, you can also receive treatment from us yourself. The care for loved ones and family is also reimbursed by your health insurer, because this falls under the Basic mental healthcare. If you sign up for this via your GP, we will contact you to schedule an intake.

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