Couples Rehab For Residents of
Lubbock, Texas

When your spouse or romantic partner is suffering from a serious or life-threatening medical condition, you want to do everything in your power to help them heal and recover their good health. So you head off to their doctor’s appointments with them, you educate yourself about the health challenges they are facing and you talk to their doctors, nurses, and other members of the medical team, all in an effort to be as supportive and productive as possible.

That is what happens when the disease in question is something like cancer, diabetes, or heart disease, but what if the affliction is instead something like alcoholism, prescription drug dependency, an addiction to street drugs, or another form of substance use disorder? Substance use disorder is a distinct set of illnesses as well, and treating it can make the lives of spouses and partners especially difficult.

In some cases the sober spouse of an addicted individual will succumb to the same kind of illness, sinking deeper and deeper into an addiction of their own or turning to alcohol to soothe their nerves, only to develop a dependency of their own.

In other cases the sober spouse may remain sober, trying their hardest to get their loved one into outpatient rehab treatment and meeting only a wall of resistance and repeated denials. Over time these ongoing issues can take a serious toll on the health of the relationship, even causing the relationship to fall altogether.

If this sounds like you, we would like to assure you that you are not alone. Plenty of other Lubbock area residents have been struggling with the same issues; trying their hardest to get the people they love the most into treatment and working their hardest to protect their relationships from the damage.

Relationships can suffer mightily when it comes to addiction and alcoholism. Many a marriage has fallen victim to the issues of addiction and other forms of a substance use disorder, and without the right intervention in a timely manner the damage could end up being permanent.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.

Benefits of Couples Rehab

It has often been said that substance use disorder is an equal opportunity destroyer and that this affliction has an impact on everyone, no matter what their age, income level, educational background, or racial profile. The idea that addiction and alcoholism can strike anyone has been repeated so often it has become a cliché, but that does not mean it is not entirely true.

The fact that alcoholism, drug addiction, and other forms of drug addiction can impact anyone is true in the field of relationships as well. If your spouse or partner is struggling with drug addiction or alcoholism, you know all too well how deep the impact runs and how difficult it has become to just live a normal life.

While everyone in the life of a drug addict or alcoholic is impacted in some way, no one is affected quite as severely as the spouse or romantic partner of the individual in question. Just as bad as the direct physical impact is the impact on the relationship and it is easy for a temporary fight or minor scuffle to spell the permanent end of the relationship in question.

If you are in a relationship with an addicted or alcoholic spouse or partner, you may feel like you are all alone, but rest assured that is not the case. You do have help available in the form of our innovative and exceptional couples rehab program, and all it takes to get started is a single phone call.

At Resurgence we are experts in the growing field of couples rehab, a unique approach to treatment that takes into account the damage that couples face when one spouse is addicted and the other is just struggling to hold on. If you are ready to seek healing not only for your spouse or partner but for yourself and your relationship as well, we encourage you to pick up the phone and give us a call today.

When you make the call we will immediately go to work, gathering the information we need about you and your spouse and developing a treatment plan that will allow you and your loved one to heal in a safe, supportive and productive environment. We work hard to not only address the root causes of your addiction and dependency but also the root causes for them and the impact those issues have had on the marriage or relationship.

Why Choose Resurgence for Spousal or Partner Rehab

When it comes time to tackle a drug addiction or alcoholism problem head-on, there is more than one type of healing. In order to deal with the physical part of the addiction, a course of detox may be necessary, and a stay in rehab can help the individual address the root causes of their dependency and build the coping skills they will need to move forward.

All of those efforts are designed to address the issues the individual has been experiencing, and they are certainly important for residents of the Lubbock area. But there is another side to drug addiction and alcoholism, one that involves the loved ones of the individual, especially their spouse or romantic partner.

It is this facet of addiction that our couples rehab program seeks to address, and we are proud of the program we have been able to build. In just a short time we have created a robust couples rehab program that is designed to help you heal your relationship, rebuilding your shattered sense of trust, giving you and your partner a new lease on life, and giving you both the tools you need to move forward with a newfound sense of confidence.

If you would like to learn more about this unique form of relationship healing and drug and alcohol treatment, we encourage you to give the caring and compassionate staff at Resurgence a call. When you make the call we will immediately go to work, helping you build a better life, a safer life, and a more solid relationship for yourself and the person you love.

Addiction Treatment that
Just Works

Individualized treatment programs delivered in a comfortable, relaxed setting promote healing in your recovery journey.