Do They Want Help?
How To Find Help For Your Spouse?
If you think your spouse is ready to get help or you just want to make sure that you have an option if they say they are ready, then please reach out to our admissions team right away! Our admission’s team is ready to answer any questions you have at any time of day.
The process of getting your spouse help can be very easy if you have all the information and your spouse is willing to get help. Our admission’s team will spend time guiding you through the steps of how to get your spouse help and what kind of help he needs immediately. COVID-19 is not going to stop people from getting help for alcohol and it may actually be a way for people to access treatment easier.
The virus is affecting everyone right now in many ways, but it is not closing the doors to help for anyone with an alcohol problem. Treatment facilities that are staying open during this pandemic are taking the necessary precautions just like any other business.
Advanced sterilization, emergency policies and procedures, virtual therapy and telemedicine are just a few of the examples that most healthcare companies are using during times like these. Get help now for your loved ones!
Just Hold On
If you are living with an alcoholic spouse during COVID-19 and do not know what to do, just hold on and remember that you are not alone. Many people right now are feeling trapped in their homes, not just by the virus, but also because of their living arrangements. If you need help yourself, then you should also be seeking it. There are plenty of online support groups and during COVID-19 these support groups have only gotten easier to access. Online video support meetings, chatrooms and many types of forums exist out there to help give you support.
Remember, if you think your spouse might be ready to get help to stop drinking, then just ask. COVID-19 does not have to make your life or their life harder to get help.