Learning About a Loved One’s Addiction

Family and Friends is a weekly meeting that helps family and friends that are concerned about a loved one’s alcohol and/or drug use learn about addiction and what it takes for 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.

Family and Friends

Program Overview

Who

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

When

Virtually, Tuesdays  from 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm via Zoom.

What

Family and Friends is a weekly meeting for individuals concerned with their loved one’s alcohol and/or drug use. The program is an opportunity to access resources, ask questions, and express concerns.  For more information (including Zoom info) see our Family and Friends Flyer, or call (269) 382-9820.

Meetings are currently being held virtually via Zoom every Tuesday from 5:00 pm – 6:30 pm.

Family and Friends Flyer

Gilmore Community Healing Center 1910 Shaffer Street
Kalamazoo, MI 49048
269-382-9820