Addict's Family & Friends

Our purpose is to empower family members and friends who strive for the well-being of an addicted person; and to educate and equip each advocate with the knowledge and tools necessary to care for the addicted person, to care for oneself, and to strive for change on a local level.

Family Life Counseling and Psychiatric Services is determined to, not only acknowledge concerns within the community, but provide action steps that should be reflected in a loving and supportive manner toward the addicted person. One of the most unique arguments regarding addiction is that it can be overcome with human connection. It is our goal to reestablish this connection with families, friends, and within our community.

The “Addict’s Family & Friends” is welcome to family members, friends, neighbors, first responders, service providers, concerned citizens, and advocates.  Each month we will highlight successful programs, useful advice, personal testimonies, educational opportunities, and equip you with effective action steps to get your loved one in recovery.

 

2019 Quarterly Workshops:

To be held at 5pm in the Community Room

Located in the Mansfield / Richland County Public Library, 43 West Third Street

 

Tuesday, March 26 - Medical Marijuana in Ohio: Now What?

Tuesday, June 25 - Narcan Training: A Survivor & Rescuer's Approach

                                 Made Possible by Project DAWN

Tuesday, September 24 - It Can Happen: Youth Drug Use & Addiction

Tuesday, November 19 - Hidden in Plain Sight: Richland County

                                 Adult Education to the Prevention of Youth Substance Use

 

 

In partnership with:

Mansfield/Richland County Public Library

Richland County Mental Health & Recovery Services Board

Richland Public Health

Project DAWN

Community Action for Capable Youth, CACY

METRICH Enforcement Unit

iHeart Media and Y105 

 

Testimonials

I have learned forgiveness and that it wasn't my fault.

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Message Board

"Courage doesn't always roar. Sometimes courage is the quiet voice at the end of the day, saying, "I will try again tomorrow." 

~ Mary Anne Radmacher

 

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