The F.A.C.T.S.™ System works with YOUR son/daughter's foundation.
There is no one that knows your son/daughter better than you do. Many times, parents reach out to other parents that have experience with substance abuse issues and they tell them what worked for them, so you went out, tried it, and you may not have gotten the same results. It's because their son/daughter is not YOUR son/daughter. Maybe a parent told you you had to set a boundary that you simply aren't willing to do. It could be because you know it wouldn't work for your child because you know them. This system focuses more on building your support from your foundation of knowing your child. It supports you finding the answers within you and helping you get the confidence you need to make those tough, strong, and loving decisions you are faced with on a daily basis.
Start taking back control
This proven system will help you as a parent understand how you can support your loved one with a substance abuse issue. It supports you in answering that tough question "What do I do?" If you've been struggling with sleeping at night, confused as to what happened to your son/daughter, and ready to start feeling like you are back in control again, this system will answer a lot of those unanswered questions you have rolling around in your head.
All while allowing you to remain confidential and keeping your private life private. No more having to listen to all those judgments, opinions, and advice giving from people that don't understand. No more having people tell you what you "Should" be doing that you know you are simply not going to do.
Substance abuse is like being in a foreign country. It has its own set of rules, laws, and language. Imagine going to a foreign country with no interpreter or guide. You just need someone to show you the rules, laws, and start teaching you the language to navigate this often insane, chaotic and destructive world. The F.A.C.T.S.™ System is your dictionary.
The F.A.C.T.S.™ system will give you the clarity you need to support your son/daughter through the war raging inside them.
There is light at the end of the tunnel
Having a child with substance abuse issues can make you feel hopeless, powerless, and desperate
Most parents can start feeling just as out of control as their own kids. The level of chaos and destruction that can ensue will make you feel like you are losing a war that you have no weapons to battle with.
This system arms you with the weapons you need to start winning battles so ultimately you have a chance to win the war and get your son/daughter back. There is always hope, and the biggest weapon you already have is the love that you have for your child.
About the F.A.C.T.S.™ Online Program:
People are busy, it's hard to even think about adding anything to your plate. Most parents that have a child with a substance abuse issues think to themselves, "I don't have time to deal with this right now." That's why it can be challenging to find resources that fit into your life.
This program is a six week online course that will go through different ways to inspire your loved one into recovery. It is broken down into manageable pieces so once a week, you get a new chapter. It does not take a lot of time, it's less than two hours a week. And you can go back and watch the videos anytime.
The best part is you will learn more in the next six weeks than you will learn in a lifetime. This is an investment into saving you time, energy, and money.
Outline of Program
If you want to just keep throwing piles of money away, you can.
But, if you want to start really investing into your child's future and gain real strategies for yourself to change what is happening around you, then maybe you are ready to invest in things that work.
The average cost of Rehabs can range anywhere from $18,000-$60,000+ out of pocket for 30 days.
Sober living houses can cost $1,400-$1,800+ upon entry for their first 30 days.
Individual Therapy can average $1,200-$5,200 for the year
Group therapies don't cost money often times, but they cost a lot in time and time is one of our most valuable non-renewable resources.
The bottom line is that the resources in this area of substance abuse are so damn expensive.