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My Child & ADDICTION


Sep 29, 2020

During this Parent Support Group meeting, the topic is honesty -- that of our children and ourselves, as we parent a child with substance use disorder and other mental health challenges.  The group connected via Zoom due to the COVID-19 pandemic and includes mothers and fathers, some in recovery, married and not, with teenage to adult children. The parents are joined in this meeting by Rev. Jack Abel, Senior Director of Spiritual Care, Caron Treatment Centers. 

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