Online Family Recovery Course starting May 30, 2023

Thank you for your interest in the Family Recovery Course, presented by Be a Part of the Conversation.

This course is currently funded by:

The Bucks County Drug & Alcohol Commission

The Chester County Department of Drug & Alcohol Services

The Montgomery County Department of Health & Human Services

This course will be held on Zoom on the following dates from 6:30 to 9:00 pm:

• Part 1:  Tuesday, May 30, 2023

• Part 2:  Tuesday, June 6, 2023

• Part 3:  Tuesday, June 13, 2023

📧 The week before your course begins, Bob Lamb will send you an email with a Zoom link which you will click on to join the course.

📕 A hard copy of the Family Recovery Course manual will be shipped to you in advance of your course.

💻 We use a Zoom meeting format and will make every effort to have the online experience be as inclusive and interactive as possible. A paid Zoom account is not required. If you would like to set up a Zoom account, you can sign up at no charge here:

🙂 Please note that participants will be asked to have their camera on throughout the Family Recovery Course, allowing for a more engaging and interactive experience.

Registration Form

IMPORTANT! Please read the following parameters of the Family Recovery Course:

  • This course is only intended for parents/guardians whose child (at any age) struggles with, or has struggled with, substance use disorder.

  • This course is not intended as professional development/education, nor is the course intended to prevent substance use.

  • A separate registration form must be completed for each participant in the Family Recovery Course (e.g., two spouses should each complete a separate form).

  • Participants must attend all three parts in order to fully benefit from the course.

  • Please join the online course from a quiet location that has a strong internet connection.

  • The Family Recovery Course is led by peers with extensive experience supporting families. Trained instructors are not addiction counselors.

  • There is no charge to attend (although contributions are welcome).

  • Please note! Residents of counties that have funded the Family Recovery Course will be prioritized.

We appreciate those who wish to take the course in order to help another family; however, space is quite limited (maximum of 12 participants), therefore, those spaces need to be reserved for families seeking help for themselves. Letting another family know about this free course is an excellent way to support them.

If you have any questions, please contact Bob Lamb, MPH at or 610-945-6992.