Family Resources

If you are a family member of a drug addict, either active or in recovery, there are many resources available to help you as well!  We completely understand the chaos and emotions that can go into trying to get someone help.  Here are some we have found helpful to educate ourselves on the best ways to support our addicted loved ones and to help you support your own mental and emotional health.

Baystate Recovery Services- Offer a variety of services from interventions, to sober living homes, to Family Recovery Workshops.  Their family recovery workshop covers lots of information useful for anyone that has an active addict in their life, and is free of charge.
Bay State Recovery Services
Bay State Recovery Services
Bay State Recovery Services

Baystate Recovery Services- Offer a variety of services from interventions, to sober living homes, to Family Recovery Workshops. Their family recovery workshop covers lots of information useful for anyone that has an active addict in their life, and is free of charge.

Baystate Recovery Services- Offer a variety of services from interventions, to sober living homes, to Family Recovery Workshops. Their family recovery workshop covers lots of information useful for anyone that has an active addict in their life, and is free of charge.

Learn to Cope

Learn to Cope has 23 chapters throughout Massachusetts and one in Florida. Learn to Cope is a non-profit peer-support network that offers SUPPORT, EDUCATION, RESOURCES and HOPE on both a local and national level. 

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Al-Anon Family Groups are for the families & friends of alcoholics who share their experience, strength, & hope in order to solve their common problems. Mutual support groups for families and friends of problem drinkers. Individual members find confidential help and hope in groups that meet in 131 countries around the world. 

Al-Anon
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Jenny Ravikumar Yoga

Yoga for Families of Addiction

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Recovery Practices

Colleen Is a BALM®, Certified Family Recovery Life Coach, ACC. She is passionate about helping struggling families who have loved ones suffering from SUD, Substance Use Disorder, to guide them in a direction of how to support their loved one's recovery.

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