SUBSTANCE ABUSE AND ADDICTION RESOURCES
Find hope. It’s there.
Shock. Denial. Guilt. Heartbreak. Anger. Self-blame. Sadness.
You are not alone! When we suspect or discover our child is abusing drugs or alcohol the feelings can be overwhelming. Your heart may feel broken and crushed. It’s important to know you are not alone, and that there is support, hope and help for not only your child but also for you and your family.
Provided below are a few resources for treatment programs and support groups for you, your child and your family to get the help you need. I recommend you do further research, contact references, consult your doctor and check with your local Better Business Bureau. This is just a start that I hope can help you to make decisions and take the next steps. MOTTS does not endorse any organizations or services and assumes no liability or responsibility for the claims made by any service providers or institutions.
Outpatient and Day Addiction Treatment Programs:
Help Finding Educational Consultant Assistance:
National Support Groups:
The mission of the Addict’s Mom is to “Share Without Shame”. They provide a forum for mothers of the children suffering from the deadly disease of addiction along with information, resources, treatment programs, and professionals.
A nonprofit organization dedicated to supporting parents with troubled children of any age.
Al-Anon is a mutual support group of peers who share their experience in applying the Al-Anon principles to problems related to the effects of a problem drinker in their lives. It is not group therapy and is not led by a counselor or therapist; This support network complements and supports professional treatment.
Co-Anon Family Groups
A Twelve Step fellowship of men and women who are husbands, wives, parents, relatives, or close friends of someone who is addicted to cocaine.
Grief Support Group after Losing a Child to a Substance:
Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing (GRASP)
GRASP was founded to help provide sources of help, compassion, and most of all, understanding, for families or individuals who have lost a loved one as a result of substance abuse or addiction.