Recovery Resources During Social Isolation
While many of us are socially distancing at home according medical and governmental recommendations and our in person chapter meetings are being cancelled, we thought it might be helpful to provide a list of phone and on-line resources for parents (and other family members) of loved-ones struggling with substance use disorder.
September 21 — 7:00 p.m.
Angie Riding, LPC, LADC, CSAT
Tensegrity Counseling Associates
Descriptions of and link to video recordings
of previous PHP Virtual Chapter meetings
Parents Helping Parents
Virtual Chapter is live every 1st and 3rd Monday beginning at 7:00 p.m. CST
Navigating Addiction and Treatment:
A Guide for Families
This resource is for family members who are trying to navigate the complex world of addiction and help loved ones achieve recovery. The guide includes basic definitions, as well as in-depth information about substance use disorders, treatment options, communication strategies, and self-care tips. This guide was released in the summer of 2020. It was created by the Addiction Policy Forum staff in conjunction with an Expert Review Panel composed of prominent researchers and physicians in the addiction field. The guide was also crafted with support from the Family Support Advisory Committee made up of family members with lived experience.
Welcome to Parents Helping Parents, Inc.
Parents Helping Parents, Inc. Offers Hope
If you are dealing with a child of any age abusing alcohol or other drugs, you are not alone. We can help. We are ”caring parents offering hope through resources, education, and shared experience.” Our goal is empowering parents to exchange the chaos for peace, as they learn tools to support recovery.
Concerned your child might be using drugs?
Have other questions?
Text us anonymously at 405-696-HELP (4357).
Your number will be blocked, and an experienced parent will help you with support, information and resources.
We're here to help!
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Parents Helping Parents, Inc. has no professional expertise
and does not provide professional services.
Our mission is to provide information, resources, and peer support
to parents of children (any age) struggling
with substance use disorders.
The information and resources provided should never be considered a substitute for professional services such as counseling, legal services, and/or medical services.
Reliance on information and resources obtained through
Parents Helping Parents, Inc. is strictly at one's own risk.