Couples Rehab for Pasadena CA Residents

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In study after study, experts in the field of addiction science have weighed in on the enormous impact substance use disorder can have, including the damage it does to married couples, romantic partners, and family relationships as a whole. Those studies are helpful to researchers of course, but you do not need a scientist to tell you that your own relationship has been harmed as a result of addiction.

If your spouse or partner has been abusing drugs, you already know the enormous toll that abuse has taken on your relationship, on your ability to trust the person you love the most, on the financial stability of your marriage or domestic partnership, and on the lives of your children.

What you may not know is that there is a way for you to heal together as a couple, getting the help you need for not only your drug addiction but your relationship as well. Thanks to innovative programs like the couples rehab offered by Muse Treatment Centers, you can work to repair the damage that has been done, so you and the person you love most in this life can move together with confidence.

If you are ready to work on your drug addiction, your relationship, and your life, we urge you to give Muse Treatment Center a call today. Our caring and compassionate counselors will work with you and your partner, both alone and together, to develop a strategy that will help you overcome your addiction and stay drug-free for a lifetime. Staying clean and sober can be difficult, but having the support of your spouse or partner can be a big help, and that is perhaps the biggest benefit of the couple’s approach to drug rehabilitation.

Benefits of Couples Rehab

Drug addiction and substance abuse can really take a toll on a relationship. No matter how close you are to your partner, watching them struggle under the weight of addiction can be enough to drive you away. And if you are both impacted by drug abuse, living together and supporting one another can become intolerable.

Many marriages have been shattered by the drug addiction of one or both partners. Even the healthiest and previously most stable marriages can buckle under the enormous stress that substance use disorder creates in a relationship, and sadly many of those relationships will not survive.

If you want your own marriage or romantic relationship to beat the odds, you need to have the right help and guidance in your corner, and that is perhaps the biggest benefit of couples rehab. By keeping couples together, giving both partners the support and guidance they need, and allowing them to lean on, and learn from, one another, this innovative approach to drug rehabilitation is getting results. But even more importantly, this innovative approach to treating both partners is helping to save relationships, so couples can return home to Pasadena to build better, safer, and happier lives together.

If you are ready to begin your own journey to recovery with your spouse or partner, we encourage you to reach out to us today. At Muse Treatment Centers, we have been pioneers in the specialized field of couples rehab, and we are experts at giving partners the help and support they need to heal together as a team. So pick up the phone, give us a call and get ready to heal your body, your soul, and ultimately your relationship.

Why Choose Muse for Spousal or Partner Rehab

It has often been said that drug addiction is one of the few illnesses that impact family members as much, or even more so, than the individual suffering from the substance use disorder. When you are addicted to drugs, you feel the weight of your addiction every day, with the constant need to use drugs, the ever-present fear of arrest and imprisonment, and the very real risk of accidental overdose and death. And while those impacts are quite apparent, it is also true that those around you feel the weight of your drug dependency just as acutely.

Like you, your spouse or partner worries that you will experience a fatal overdose, and they live in fear of that midnight phone call or visit by the police. Like you, the people you love wonder when you will come home, and they worry that you have been arrested. Like you, the people who care about you most in this life are concerned about the impact your drug use has had on your employment, on your finances, and on your ability to live a stable and successful life.

For those in a romantic relationship or a long-standing marriage, these worries are only amplified. When one spouse is addicted to drugs, the other spouse can suffer just as much, or even more. And when both spouses or partners succumb to the lure of drug dependency, the impact is magnified all the more.

The fact that drug addiction is a disease that impacts couples quite profoundly has long been known, but the pioneering treatment option known as couples rehab is quite a bit newer. This unique approach to treating drug addiction is a relative newcomer in the field of addiction treatment, but it is already proving to be quite effective.

By allowing couples to heal together and giving them space to work on their relationships, this form of rehab has the potential to transform lives for the better, not only by breaking the chains of substance abuse but by uncovering, and then dealing with, deep-seated issues, problems that may have been brewing for years on end.

If you are ready to work on your relationship and heal together as a couple, we encourage you to give Muse Treatment Center a call. Whether you have been struggling to get your spouse into treatment or struggling with your own substance use issues, we can help both of you toward a better and more successful life. Your journey to recovery as a couple begins with a single phone call, and we encourage you to pick up that phone today and give us a call.

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