Family and Friends is a weekly meeting that helps family and friends concerned about a loved one’s alcohol and/or drug use learn about addiction and addiction treatment. It can help to answer questions such as: How do you know when someone is really addicted? Did I do something to cause this? Why do they keep using when it hurts them and me? What can I do to help? Is there hope for recovery? What can I do for myself and our family to feel better? Research-based information is given through educational presentations, handouts, and video materials. Meetings are facilitated by experienced and certified substance abuse prevention or treatment professionals.

WHO

Family members & friends concerned about a loved one’s alcohol and/or drug use.

WHEN

Meetings are currently held virtually via Zoom, every Tuesday from 5:00 – 6:30 pm.
For more information, including Zoom info, see our Family and Friends Flyer, or call 269-382-9820.

WHAT

Family and Friends is a weekly meeting for individuals concerned about their loved one’s alcohol and/or drug use. The program is an opportunity to access resources, ask questions, and express concerns.