Family Support for Drug Addiction 

A substance abuse problem affects all aspects of a person’s life, including relationships, families, and children. That’s why all loved ones need to be involved in the treatment process. Here, the journey begins with a commitment to together, and ends with healing your family.

Livengrin puts Together back within reach for families of addicts in treatment by helping them heal themselves and foster new relationships with the person in treatment. Our services include family support for drug and alcohol addiction, intervention for drug addiction, family counseling for drug addiction and more.

Over the years, we have witnessed first hand that family involvement can make all the difference in the world to a loved one struggling with an addiction. Together, with your help, we can make your family whole again.

Day of Enlightenment

Family Education- Bensalem Campus

Family members and loved ones are invited to our Day of Enlightenment. The program is available on Saturday's from 9AM-12:30PM in the Community Building.  We require all visitors to attend this program prior to seeing their loved one in treatment. 

Livengrin believes that family involvement is a key element to successful recovery.  Our program develops the families understanding about the disease of addiction, the recovery process and what they can do to support their loved one while beginning to heal themselves.  There is no cost to attend. Registration is not required.


Family Support Group- Bensalem Campus

Join family members and loved ones on Tuesday's from 7:00-8:30PM in the Community Building as we share our strength, hope and experience and discover ways to support each other. This meeting is open to the public.  There is no cost to attend.  Registration is not required.

Recovery for the Family

Family Support

Families tend to focus their support on the person with the addiction and often forget to support one another. Friends and family members often need counseling, therapy and peer support to learn how to cope with emotional problems caused by someone else’s addiction. Join us for our Day of Enlightenment, on Saturday's from 9AM-12:30PM  and our Caregiver Support Group on Tuesday's from 7-8PM in the Community Building.  The groups are open to the community and free of charge.

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Upcoming Family Events

Livengrin Family Support includes a free education series: "Day of Enlightenment". This resource is open to the public and requires no registration. The three-hour program is available on Saturdays from 9AM-12:30PM in our Community Building.  Families and other caregivers will learn how to take care of themselves, how to stop their own enabling behaviors, and how to help the patient adapt to a life without drugs or alcohol. A family therapist will help you understand the background of addiction – the genetic, biological, environmental, and other aspects of the disease.


Mark Your Calendar: Attend the next Day of Enlightenment. 

Learn: Educate yourself on addiction and recovery.

Begin to Heal: Learn self-care for families and loved ones.

Family Support

Livengrin provides ongoing family support throughout the treatment process through individual family sessions and groups. 

Topics include:

  • Addiction 101
  • Healthy boundaries
  • Medically Assisted Treatment
  • Community Resources


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Support: Our clinical team here to listen, provide guidance and ongoing support for you and your loved one.

Remember the 4 C's: I didn't Cause it, I can't Change it, I can't Control it, and I can't Cure it.

Self Care: Attend a family support group, explore individual counseling- addiction is a family disease.

COVID Safety

During this developing COVID-19 outbreak, Livengrin is committed to protecting our patients, families and staff from the spread of this virus (Coronavirus). As an essential provider of healthcare services, Livengrin plans to remain open and fully operational throughout this emergency. We are taking extraordinary infection-control precautions at all our facilities to maintain a healthy and safe environment. Please contact us with any questions or concerns regarding this situation at

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