In the aftermath of his cheating scandal, Josh Duggar's extended family is up in arms
Credit: D Dipasupil/Getty

Shock has now turned to anger in Duggarville.

As a disgraced Josh Duggar is away seeking treatment at Reformer’s Unanimous in Rockford, Illinois, a faith-based rehab center that’s reportedly helping him overcome his proclivity for infidelity and pornography, tension is brewing back at home.

When it comes to some members of wife Anna‘s family, “They’re very angry,” a source close to Anna tells PEOPLE exclusively in this week’s issue. “They want her and the kids to get away from him.”

And for some, it seems Josh’s extended stint in rehab may not be enough distance between them. “They would really like him to just disappear,” says the source.”

RELATED VIDEO: Some of Anna Duggar’s Family ‘Would Really Like Josh to Just Disappear,’ Says Source

While the source says Anna’s parents, Mike and Suzette Keller, remain in Josh’s corner, he’s losing support from some of those closest to him.

Just this week his sister Jessa Seewald broke ranks, posting a link to her father-in-law’s scathing public indictment of Josh, in which he called him “wicked” and a “hypocritical Christian.”

And Josh’s cousin Amy Duggar couldn’t agree more. “I agree 100 percent with what Mr. Seewald said in his blog,” Amy tells PEOPLE. “We’re still shocked and furious.”

For more on the family fallout from Josh Duggar’s cheating scandal, pick up this week’s issue of PEOPLE, on newsstands Friday