Seeds to Recovery
Seeds to Recovery goes virtual
The health and safety of RCA patients and staff have always and will always be our top priority. That being said, we know people suffering from addiction and their loved ones are still suffering. In fact, in some cases, it may be worse, as isolation and more time together can create boredom, anxiety, and fear, and can lead to even more drug use or alcohol abuse. That’s why we’re making our Seeds to Recovery program virtual.
RCA is proud to offer families this unique, therapeutic experience in the safety of their own homes. Many leading experts in the field of addiction treatment – as well as some who have walked the path to their own recovery – will join together to share hope, education, and resources to help every family during this challenging time.
Run by RCA’s Clinical Services, Seeds to Recovery digs deep to educate families on the root causes of addiction and how to support a loved one on the road to recovery. We’ll also help families connect in a positive way and develop healthy communication and coping strategies. It’s your chance to learn more about yourself and your family dynamics as you navigate your way through your loved one’s addiction. Seeds to Recovery shows you how to set up a healthy home for everyone in your household.
Unless otherwise noted, all family programming is provided to our families and their loved ones as a part of clinical programming at no additional cost.
What people say about Seeds to Recovery
I just want to say that this company has been amazing helping my husband. I have had updates from his therapist and the clinical coordinator and it has truly out my mind at ease. I just want to thank you all for what you’re doing. You’re all appreciated.
This is my first time. Thank you. Much needed. Thank you for helping me to keep the focus on myself and for giving me hope.
Patrick thank you for your insight. I am actually sitting here with my loved one that just left RCA this week and it has brought me to tears.
Thank you Meg!! Everything you said really resonated with me as a family member of an addict. Working hard on myself to be able to help support his recovery.
Thank you so much!! My daughter will be coming to live with me after treatment…I will definitely keep in mind the 12-18 month timeframe for the brain to heal. I also will remember that this is her recovery…not mine.