Concerned about a loved one?

LUXURY RETREAT: Step One Recovery offer numerous treatment programmes.

ARE you worried about a family member or friend who is drinking excessively, taking other substances such as marihuana or prescription drugs, or engaging in any other careless behaviour? 

Has their behaviour suddenly become negative? Have they started to struggle to keep up with normal day to day life responsibilities you would expect of them? 

Have they started to act in an unusual or secretive way that could seem out of character? Has this put a strain on your relationship? Do you often argue or struggle to see eye to eye with them? Do they seem to be in denial about the damage that their destructive behaviour is doing to themselves and your relationship with them? 

Alcoholism and other addictions don’t just affect one person, but everyone who is close to them. A lot of the time, family members or friends are neglected in these situations when the main focus is about the person with an addiction. Often they feel isolated and ashamed, and like they are going through it alone.

Step One Recovery can help. Their highly trained staff can guide you towards the appropriate treatment for the person you care about. 

If you have you reached a point where you can no longer cope with the strain of a loved one’s behaviour, Step One can offer respite and emotional support for you too with tailor-made stays of seven, 14 and 28 days, to help you ease the pain. 

At Step One Recovery our numerous treatment programmes, undertaken by a dynamic team of therapists, addiction specialists and well-being experts in their luxury Javea retreat can get your family member, friend or yourself into recovery. Their goal is to help restore the relationship back to how it should be, enabling a more positive future for all involved. Please feel free to contact them in confidence: 

For a FREE consultation and medical examination *please call: +34 965 055 166 or +34 672 637 647, email [email protected] or visit (*applicable terms and conditions)

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