Objective. To study the efficacy of medical rehabilitation outpatient program «Point of Soberness» with the use of prolonged injectable naltrexone for alcohol dependent parents of minor children. Material and methods. One hundred and seventeen patients with severe disease form without remissions were enrolled in the study. All patients were parents at risk of deprivation of parental rights. Results and conclusion. A complex approach, used during the rehabilitation, helped 87% of patients to maintain social and professional status and finish treatment program. More than 95% of patients retained their parental rights. The «Point of Soberness» program allows achievement of remission of alcohol dependence and retaining parental rights. © 2019, Media Sphera Publishing Group. All rights reserved.