Help for Spouses, Families and Loved Ones
Addiction has often been called the “Family Disease” because no family is completely free of addiction. Everyone is affected in one way or another. Relational codependency, enabling an addict’s behaviors and destructive coping mechanisms are common in an addicted family structure, and these characteristics often reinforce the addict’s behavior without the family realizing it. In order to stop the family cycle of addiction it is critical that family members, loved ones and those close to the addict have the help they need.

How Operation Integrity can help you?

Education brings insight and understanding to the perplexing problems and circumstances associated with an addicted family. Education also provides a context and perspective that helps people make empowered choices and decisions that promote movement toward recovery and health.

Operation Integrity offers weekly educational opportunities that give invaluable information about the nature of addiction, including what helps a person recover from their addictions, how loved ones can cope with an addicts behavior, and how we can be emotional healthy and happy no matter what the addict decides to do about their own life.

Personalized 1 on 1 Support
Our family support systems include helping you develop a network of people who understand the pain you feel. OI has a responsive support network where you can meet others and where you can be included in support and recovery meetings that are designed specifically for family members and loved ones. These 1 on 1 relationships and support meetings offer hope to those family members who have had their hope stolen by addiction.

There are additional services provided through the OI 30 Day Intensive Recovery Program is education and 1 on 1 support.

Counseling is an important part of any successful recovery effort. And counseling for the family and loves ones is critical. We have highly skilled counselors that can help you and your loved one break the cycle of pain and destruction associated with addiction.

Call Operation Integrity at 949.842.1012 or email us for more information.

This month's step
We made direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so would injure them or others.

This week's scripture
Don't secretly hate your neighbor. If you have something against him, get it out into the open; otherwise you are an accomplice in his guilt. "Don't seek revenge or carry a grudge against any of your people.”Love your neighbor as yourself. I am GOD
Leviticus 19:17-18 The Message

This week's quote
"It is not possible to love others unless our hearts are growing in faith and hope. Faith and hope birth love as we live out our calling in anticipation of his coming."
Dr. Dan Allender