We Will Never Resolve the Addiction Crisis Without Supporting Families

Family Addiction, Hope for Families TV, Why I Do What I Do | 1 comment

Have you ever wondered why we have not been able to resolve the addiction crisis? And why the problem just seems to keep getting worse?

If you answered yes to this question, this episode of Hope for Families TV is for you!

There are of course, several reason why we haven’t made more progress in addressing the problem. One of them, however, has to do with the lack of adequate support for you the family member.

To learn more, watch the episode below. It’s the first episode in a series I’m doing called “Why I do what I do.”

So, I’d love to hear from you. What are your thoughts? Drop a comment below or email me at questions@madeleinecraig.com.

1 Comment

  1. Danna Barker

    This is excellent. Personally, I didn’t know enough to realize that as a mother of an addict I was caught up in his addiction as much as he was. It would have been a relief for me to talk to someone and get help. As it was, I was a tearful bystander who relied on prayer alone for solace. Prayer is helpful in hopeless situations but how much more hopeful to know I had other options for getting hope by sharing my story with informed counselors. Your pursuit, Madeleine, fills an enormous gap in healthcare. Thank you!


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