Ourselves we can change. Others we can only love.
~ Nar-Anon Blue Booklet pg.198
Family Support & Recovery Dynamics.
Outside of our residential program, Jericho Road aims to create ripples of change within our community. Since addiction is a family disease, those closest to the person with a substance use disorder can find their lives becoming unmanageable. Sometimes without us even realizing. At Jericho Road we strongly believe strength is in numbers, and no one needs to walk this journey alone.
Addiction is a family disease.
Those closest to a person with a substance use disorder can commonly be overlooked. So, we have created a space specifically for them. Together, let’s navigate the hold that addiction places on us. Hosted by Amy Lauber, Continuing Care Coordinator, we maintain an anonymous, safe and confidential space for open discussion and support.
There are no costs to attend, however donations are always welcomed to help keep things running.
Online, Every Monday. 7pm.
The first and third Monday’s of the month are focused on education and learning.
The second and fourth Monday’s are reserved for open sharing and peer-support.
For more information or to join, please reach out to Amy Lauber.
Statement of Confidentiality
If you plan to attend, please review these guidelines.