For Someone Else
Referring a Friend
Asking for help for someone else is a big step.
Recognising that they have an issue but may not be able to recognise it or ask for help themselves can put extra pressure on you. But taking this step is critical to changing and potentially saving their lives.
We have put together several guides and articles to help you to spot an addiction in the first place and then give some advice and practical steps on what to do to next to help:
Living with someone with an addiction, whether it’s a partner, a friend or a colleague can be difficult.
You want to be there to support them but the fallout and impact on you is hard. Regardless of your relationship, your business or the impact on your family, the team at The Hygrove have seen this so many times and understand that you need support too.
Membership of The Hygrove is available for family members and friends, with access to our team of therapists, online resources and a range of events and outings to help reconnect your group.