Family Support Groups: Coming Together for Lasting Recovery

At Rosecrance, we take a comprehensive approach to substance abuse treatment and recovery that follows the evidence. This means we bear in mind and address all aspects of substance abuse, including the emotional, developmental, psychological, social and cultural factors. And, of course, the familial aspects.

In fact, the family is as central to recovery as it is to the substance problem and every other aspect of life. That’s why we offer family support groups of our own and actively support other organizations and groups who share this commitment to the family.

Rosecrance Parent Café

Free, confidential support groups for parents and families.

Wondering if your teen or young adult is experimenting with drugs or alcohol?

Has your teen or young adult relapsed after completing treatment?

We can help.

VIRTUAL PARENT SUPPORT GROUP
MONDAYS 6:00-7:30 PM or
TUESDAYS 6:45-8:15 PM

At Rosecrance, we provide a range of family support services including counseling, support, education, and information. One of these support services is our Parent Café. Parents need to know that they are not alone as their adolescent or young adult struggles with the disease of addiction. Through Parent Café, our staff will help you talk with other parents who are going through similar experiences. You can learn what has worked for others and develop a strategy that makes sense for you.

At the request of our community, a confidential, free support group has been organized by Rosecrance and is open to all parents and/or guardians. This support group will be held virtually and requires participants to register in advance. An addictions counselor will be available online and will facilitate the group.

Contact Sandy at sriley@rosecrance.org to register.

For more information, call 815.391.1000

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Other Family Support Groups

Rosecrance also actively supports these other support groups, which cover a number of different geographic areas: