Adam’s contact info:
ALush@caron.org / 610-655-5139
Adam recommends this webinar taking place next Tuesday, April 21, 2020 at 11 am:
Webinar Topic: Vulnerability of Teens and Young Adults During the COVID-19 Pandemic
Pam’s contact info:
Pam.email@example.com / 610-716-3613
Bill’s contact info:
firstname.lastname@example.org / 610-716-5608
Working collaboratively with treatment providers and therapists since 2006, Pam & Bill Roberts organized, attended and conducted a variety of meetings to support parents in dealing with this counter-intuitive disease. In 2013, Pam & Bill decided to write a series of manuals so parents could have a “program” of support to turn to between meetings, much like what is available to people with Substance Use Disorders through their various recovery programs. The resulting parent “program” is educational and supportive, but should not be viewed as a substitute for personal recovery. It should be complimentary to 12-Step programs (such as Al-Anon or Nar-Anon) or professional therapeutic help and intervention.
The parent support group meetings that Pam mentioned take place in Rosemont every Wednesday, and in Phoenixville every Thursday. Details can be found on our meeting finder.
from Bill: “One of my favorite sources is a sage family therapist in Oklahoma. She has authored dozens of articles on family dynamics with addiction in families.
Her website is a wealth of information for parents. I’ve read and reread her writings for years.”
Kim’s contact info:
email@example.com / 267-629-2214
Find virtual (online) meetings, phone meetings, Facebook Groups, and more.
Be a Part of the Conversation is hosting weekly webinars, every Tuesday at 7pm. Visit the link to learn more and register.
Online meetings are taking place every Wednesday at 7pm. Visit the above link for the Zoom meeting ID.
We can all benefit from the shared experience of others. Podcasts are a convenient way to access some insight, camaraderie, or support.
Most of the meetings on this page are not taking place “in person” during the COVID-19 pandemic, but keep this link handy for the days ahead.