The Family Disease of Addiction – We Do Recover
This day will cover the experience of addiction from the addict or alcoholic as well as the family and friends involved in a relationship with the person who is addicted to alcohol or drugs. Addiction is a family disease that stresses the family to the breaking point, impacts the stability of the home, the family’s unity, mental health, physical health, finances, and overall family dynamics. There will be three presentations –
- The experience of an active addict or alcoholic
- Loving an Addict or Alcoholic – When Loving You Is Hurting Me
- There is Hope and Recovery for Everyone
This program will take place upstairs in the Blue Room. Register early as space is limited.
This program includes lunch.
Jass is in recovery from alcoholism and drug addiction for the past 30 years and has a passion for recovery and service to others. She is the Clinical Director – Hunterdon Drug Abuse Program in New Jersey.
Register for this program using the form below or call (860) 677-8519. You may also download and print The Family Disease