Dealing with an alcoholic who has relapsed can be challenging, but there are steps you can take to support them in their recovery:

Encourage honesty: Encourage the person to be honest about their relapse and the circumstances that led up to it. Encourage them to speak to their counselor or support group about it.

Reassure them: Let the person know that you still care about them and support their efforts to get sober again.

Offer support: Offer to attend meetings or appointments with them, or help them find new resources if necessary.

Avoid enabling: Avoid enabling their addiction by not providing them with drugs or alcohol, or covering up for them.

Set boundaries: If the person’s behavior becomes too difficult to manage, it’s important to set boundaries to protect yourself and your own well-being.

Seek professional help: If the person is struggling with severe addiction or mental health issues, seek the help of a professional who specializes in addiction treatment.