Family Support Programs

aldie family SUPPORT

Aldie Counseling Center provides family group support and education for both the individual and their loved ones. This group allows all individuals in the family system to process experiences, share their struggles with others and facilitate strength and hope in order to recover from this devastating impact on the family system. More information 


family service association support group

Participants in FSA's family support group learn about addiction, engage and connect with others, raise awareness about substance use disorders and hear about vital community resources. Discussion topics include addiction and mental health, navigating insurance and treatment and recovery supports. More information


grandfamilies support groupRun by grandparents for grandparents and other relatives raising the children of loved ones. Build support, discuss topics related to challenges, celebrate successes, broaden areas of knowledge, and educate others through lived experience. More information


livengrin family Programs

A substance abuse problem affects all aspects of an individual's life, including relationships, families and children. Livengrin's family programs help families heal themselves and foster a new relationships with the person in treatment that is most conducive for recovery. More information


Living Hopeful Family Support Group

This support group is a gathering of family members affected by their loved ones’ substance use. All are welcome, no matter if your loved ones are in active addiction, engaged in treatment or in recovery. This group provides a safe place for family members to come together and offer suggestions, strength and hope. More information


Penn Foundation Family Education Group 

Penn Foundation's family education group offers education about the disease of addiction. It is designed to assist participants in understanding how addiction affects family members and friends of addicted individuals. More information


PRO-ACT Family Education Groups

When someone is addicted to drugs or alcohol, the disease affects the entire family. They need information and support, and the Family Education Program is a place for them to turn. This program helps individuals and families recognize and address addiction problems in a spouse, parent, child or a loved one. More information


The Presbyterian Church of Deep Run Family Education Program

The Family Education Program on Addiction meets the first three Monday evenings of every month at 7 pm. Participate in this series to understand addiction, impact on family and develop next steps for your loved ones. More information