Is someone in your life suffering?

Short quote from a loved one
— Dad of a client

Boulder Addictions Counseling understands. It's confusing, frustrating, and painful when we don't know what to do to help someone we love. Often the person either does't admit there is a problem or believes that there is no solution. 

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Introduce the stories as a way to illustrate just some of the different situations, and how you approach them. Goal is for one or more of the stories to resonate with the individual and for your messages about it to help them feel good about working with you. Keep them short - just a few sentences each for the story and likewise for your response. If more space is needed for a response, or more supportive information about it, consider making it either a blog or a question/answer and linking to it.

  • Stories of family
  • What is this experience w/BAC going to be like?


Here are a few questions we hear frequently that might be helpful. See our Questions page for even more questions and answers, or ask us your own question for free, personal feedback.