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.
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It's 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.
Every workshop starts with a short teaching on a recovery topic
Each workshop follows with discussion and sharing time.
Family Support is open for all who wish to attend.
The workshop is held on the last Saturday of every month.
For any questions or comments, please email out to Amy.
A place to connect
Can't join us in person? Join our private Facebook group, Family Support Forum, as a place to connect with others, and share experience, strength and hope.
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Our primary purpose
We maintain an anonymous, safe and confidential space for open discussion and support. Focusing on those who are new to the concept of recovery, and what we can do to support one another. Read our Statement of Confidentiality.
Find peer-support through sponsorship, stepwork and recovery every day of the week. Codependents Anonymous and Al-Anon are great resources when struggling with another's addiction.