Anna Duggar is reportedly 'doing well' in the wake of husband Josh Duggar's public scandals.

Amy Duggar, cousin to Josh, updated fans on the beleaguered wife and mother in an interview with "Entertainment Tonight." Josh checked into a rehab facility at the end of August after admitting to being unfaithful to Anna.

"Anna is doing well," Amy revealed. "She is strong and really taking the time she needs for herself ... Anna is spending a lot of quality time with her family. There is a reason God gives you family -- it's for moments like this. We encourage her as much as we can."

Anna is said to be staying at her parents' home in Florida with her and Josh's four children. Sources recently told Hollywood Life her eight siblings, including brother Daniel Keller, want to stage an intervention to convince Anna to leave her husband.

"Daniel is leading the charge to get Anna out of her dysfunctional marriage and away from her cheating husband," an insider said. "He has rallied a couple of their sisters and brothers to take this opportunity to take some sense into Anna."

Josh confessed to his infidelity after he was linked to an account on extramarital affair site Ashley Madison. The discovery came just three months after he admitted to molesting five girls, including sisters Jill and Jessa Duggar, as a teenager.

Jill and Jessa subsequently addressed the abuse on TLC special "Breaking the Silence," and are slated for new network specials.

One will follow Jill, her husband, Derick Dillard, and their son Israel as they embark on a mission trip, while another will likely see Jessa welcome her first child with husband Ben Seewald.