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Ongoing Family Support Group
Families who have a loved one with a substance use disorder are always on the front line. It is often said that connection to others is the most important part of recovery — that includes recovery for family members. Social distancing and isolation necessary to cope with the COVID-19 outbreak makes these connections even more of a priority. The Mental Health Association in NJ (MHANJ) understands how difficult it is to take care of your own needs when consumed with a family member’s substance use disorder. We’re here to help. Scroll for information about our virtual Support Group. Click for NJ Connect for Recovery Family Support Resources Updated April 3, 2020
Join us from the Safety of Your Home:
Announcing Virtual Support Group Sessions for
Family Members Supporting a Loved One
with Substance Use Disorder
NJ Connect for Recovery is having multiple meetings each week to allow families to connect. These sessions, led by an experienced, trained family peer, will enable participants to support each other, gain helpful coping strategies and discuss ideas on how to practice self-care. We will also work to link families to the most updated information, local support and resources.
Days and Dates: Every Monday and Thursday, March 23 through May 4, 2020
Time: 6:30 — 7:30 p.m.
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Meeting ID: 365 930 824
Call: 1-646-558-8656 365930824# US (New Jersey, New York)
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