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Addiction

"Addiction is not a disease of character, personality, spirit, or circumstance. It can happen to anyone. It's a human condition with human consequences, and being that we're all human, we're all vulnerable. Addicts can come from any life and from any family. It's likely that in our lifetime, if we don't love someone with an addiction, we'll know someone who does."

Karen Young
individual therapy man sitting alone with hat in city

We Specialize In Working With Loved Ones of Those With Addiction

If you are experiencing grief in addiction with those you love, take a look at our unique groups for spouses, families, and more below or click to register for the group you need today. Our next sessions start soon. Click the Book Now button to see available session dates and times.

Addiction Woman explaining to child loss and grief and how to deal with emotions.

Parents of Children with Addiction

This group brings parents together who are struggling because of a child with addiction. Whether your child is still in your home or living elsewhere, you’ll be part of a group guided by professionals to gain knowledge and understanding as well as ways to provide support for your child in healthy ways.  

We are working on scheduling the next session of this group. Please fill out the form below to let us know you’re interested and we’ll let you know when it’s starting. 

Michele Bates Group Therapy with group of individuals supporting each other

Loved Ones of Those with Addiction

It’s so difficult to watch someone you love suffering with addiction. As a spouse, grandparent, sibling, child, or friend, you feel a swirl of emotions, from helplessness, to anger, to sadness, and others. It can be hard to sort them all out. This online group not only provides the support of people in similar circumstances, but you’ll be guided by two licensed therapists, who provide knowledge and grief resources to help you quiet the chaos of every day as well as find healing for the long journey ahead.

We are working on scheduling the next session of this group. Please fill out the form below to let us know you’re interested and we’ll let you know when it’s starting. 

Jenn tells of her daughter’s and brother in law’s addiction and how the stigma of “not in my family” can keep us from getting help and getting support which are both so important for healing.

Still Have Questions?

For detailed information about our groups, including requirements, costs, and anything else you may need to know, visit our Groups Q&A page. 

Looking for Free Resources on Addiction?

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We believe in sharing free resources and content in a consistent and ongoing way for those in need. Check out the resources we’ve gathered, linked below, to find the resources you or your loved ones need. We also share resources on our social channels, and through our newsletter. 

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