Find compassionate, non-judgmental support for your child and for yourself on these pages
Whether you are intervening with a young person who is using substances problematically or who struggling with a substance use disorder, know that you are not alone. There are many parents and families who have faced similar challenges.
Find compassionate, non-judgemental support for you, your child, and your family on these pages to help guide you wherever you may be on your journey.
The Parent Support Hub – Our secure virtual support platform can help you get answers to your specific questions and access to counselling services for you and/or your child if you need it.
My Child Needs Treatment – Making the decision to get help for your child’s addiction to a substance is one of the most important in your life. After getting an assessment there are some important things to consider when you’re looking for a treatment facility for a young person.
Build your Support Group – Talking openly about your child’s problematic substance use can initially feel difficult, but it can be helpful to gather a group of friends, family and professionals who can support and help guide you.
Regional Resources – find resources to help you wherever you are in the country.
Sharing personal stories – Read through profound and inspirational stories of addiction and recovery.