Family Support Resources2018-07-10T12:15:13+00:00

FAMILY SUPPORT

CONCERNED ABOUT A FAMILY MEMBER?

Addiction is a family disease. The Herren Project has developed programs and resources to assist families as they support their loved one seeking help for addiction to drugs and alcohol.

The pain and suffering caused by Substance Use Disorder (SUD) is seldom limited to the person struggling. Family members, loved ones, and children often share the burden of the disease.

CONCERNED ABOUT A FAMILY MEMBER?

Addiction is a family disease. The Herren Project has developed programs and resources to assist families as they support their loved one seeking help for addiction to drugs and alcohol.

The pain and suffering caused by Substance Use Disorder (SUD) is seldom limited to the person struggling. Family members, loved ones, and children often share the burden of the disease.

FAMILY NAVIGATION QUESTIONNAIRE

VIRTUAL ONLINE SUPPORT GROUPS

Launched in 2016, the THP virtual online support groups are moderated by trained clinicians and can be accessed from the comfort of your home, office or even on your phone. All you need is a computer or hand-held device to participate in the weekly hour session. All groups are offered at no cost.

VIRTUAL ONLINE SUPPORT GROUPS

Launched in 2016, the THP virtual online support groups are moderated by trained clinicians and can be accessed from the comfort of your home, office or even on your phone. All you need is a computer or hand-held device to participate in the weekly hour session. All groups are offered at no cost.

– ADDITIONAL RESOURCES & INFORMATION –

If you require immediate medical attention, please call 911 or proceed to your local hospital emergency room.

The Herren Project
THP Recovery Navigation Questionnaire
Call Toll Free: 844-543-8555 (9:00am – 4:00pm)

SAMHSA National Helpline
Treatment Referral Routing Service
1-800-662-HELP (4357) (24/7, 365-day-a-year)
TTY: 1-800-487-4889

MA Alliance for Sober Housing
Listing of Certified Sober Houses within Massachusetts

Alcoholics Anonymous
Find A Meeting, Access Daily Reflection and Get Support

Faces & Voices of Recovery Mutual Aid Resources
Complete Resource of Mutual Aid Groups Helping People Find and Sustain Recovery

Narcotics Anonymous
Find a Meeting, Access Literature and Get Support

Refuge Recovery
A Buddhist Inspired Path to Recovery from Addiction

Family Resource Center
Empowering Families to Understand and Address a Child’s Substance Use.

NIDA
Facts for Parents on Teen Drug Use

Partnership for Drug- Free Kids
Parents Resources and Helpline 1-855-378-4373 (Monday-Friday 10am-6pm)

SAMHSA Family Resource Booklet
What is Substance Abuse Treatment?

The Herren Project Virtual Support Groups
Virtual Support Groups for Individuals, Families, Spouses and Siblings

Al-Anon / Alateen
Find a Meeting, Support for Family Members and Teens 

Young People in Recovery
Training and Networks for Individuals, Families, and Communities to Recover

Family Support Groups In MA & RI:
Learn To Cope 
Parents of Addicts Support 
Resources Education Support Together (REST)

THP Deterra Drug Deactivation Pouch Program
THP offers Deterra Drug Deactivation Pouches at no cost to allow you to safely dispose of your prescription medications at home. Simply, open the pouch, drop in your prescription medication, fill with warm water, shake the pouch and safely dispose of the pouch in your trash.  Order your pouches today!

DEA National Take Back Day
The DEA’s Take Back Day events provide an opportunity for Americans to prevent drug addiction and overdose deaths. Held twice a year in the Fall and Spring, check for locations and dates in your community.

Lock Your Meds: Safely Store Your Prescription Medications
Take the pledge to lock up your medications safely. Order locking medicine cases and materials to educate your loved ones on the danger of not safely storing prescription drugs in your home.

Get Naloxone Now
Evidence-based education, training and resources about opioid-associated overdose and naloxone.

National Overdose Prevention & Naloxone Programs
Training for opioid users and their families on how to prevent, recognize, and intervene during an opioid overdose. The program covers the importance of calling 911, how to perform rescue breathing, the administration of nasal Narcan, and instructions for after-Narcan care.

SAMHSA Overdose Prevention Toolkit
This toolkit offers strategies to health care providers, communities, and local governments for developing practices and policies to help prevent opioid-related overdoses and deaths.

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