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About The Support Group Project

We know that despite the staggering number of families affected by addiction, many families and loved ones of children struggling with substance-related problems often feel completely alone. It is our goal that this website provides the silver-lining to what you may be missing in the form of support and guidance as you work through a loved one’s addiction or recovery.

 

The Support Group Project brings together a strong community of support by allowing you to search through local programs in your area and find one that most fits your needs. By including important information about where, when and how the group meets, you are sure to find a group that fits your schedule. And just as all individuals dealing with a substance use problem are not alike, neither are support groups. You may need a group that emphasizes support for parents or loved ones of children who have just started using drugs or alcohol; or you may want to find solace in a group that handles the recovery process of a loved one; or is focused on bereavement support.

 


Research and the publication of this website was supported by the National Institute on Drug Abuse of the National Institutes of Health under Award Number P50DA027841. The content is solely the responsibility of the registered groups and inclusion of registered group information does not serve as an endorsement of such group nor does any of the content on this site represent the views of the National Institutes of Health, the Treatment Research Institute or Hope for Addiction. View full privacy policy. 

 

 

 

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