Do you have a child in your family who is suffering from addiction?  If you do, you don’t need to go it alone.

JTNN’s Parent Support Group meets on Wednesdays from 6 – 7:30 p.m. at 505 S. Arlington Ave., Suite 110

Substance abuse often takes the entire family hostage, as the needs of the addict supersede the needs of the non-addicted family members.  The Parent Support Group is here to provide a safe environment for parents of addicts to share their experiences, learn from each other, and find resources.  Dealing with the addictions of a child can be overwhelming.  This is a group where you can get help.

The Parent Support Group is confidential and is facilitated by a drug and alcohol counselor. There is no cost to you for attending.  Our goal is to provide a safe environment for listening, learning, sharing, and reaching out to help the families of our community.  If you have a child of any age who is suffering from addiction, you and your family are suffering too.

Parent Support Group Rules and Assumptions

Other helpful links:

The Addiction Project (for addicts and family members)

Compassionate Friends (for those who have lost a child)

Hope, Help and Healing- A guide to helping someone who might have a drug or alcohol problem

Substance Abuse Treatment Facility Locator