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A Series on Substance Use and Recovery within Families

A three-part series focusing on substance use impact on families, parenting, how to set boundaries, using evidence-based prevention strategies, and accessing community resources. We want to give you the tools to address this growing epidemic that may be in your family.

Tuesday, October 10th
Thursday, October 19th
Thursday, October 26th

6:30-8:00 p.m. Fellowship Hall
Second Presbyterian Church
3701 Old Brownsboro Rd
Louisville, KY 40207

Hosted by Kilgore Samaritan Counseling Center, St. Francis in the Fields Episcopal Church and Second Presbyterian Church. Childcare will be provided.

Regardless of your relationship with a loved one, this program will increase your knowledge on coping with this issue and provide strength and support in helping to overcoming addiction and parenting challenges. Whatever your situation, this series is for you.

October 10 – Addiction & Enabling: Setting boundaries when our loved one faces an addiction. Panel discussion and interactive participation.

October 19 – Preventing & Parenting: Cultivating, Empowered and Independent Youth and Families. For the youth, Young People in Recovery: Silence is Enabling – Understanding Empowerment to Change. Panel discussion and interactive participation for both group meetings.

October 26 – Cure: What now?: “Parenting” adult children with substance use. Detaching with Love & Working through guilt. Panel discussion and interactive participation.

There is NO COST to attend, childcare is provided and registration is suggested. Come to all or some of the meetings. To register click info@kilgorecounseling.org and include your name, email, phone number, and if childcare is needed (include number of children), or call at 502.327.4622

The essence of optimism is that it takes no account of the present, but it is a source of inspiration, of vitality and hope where others have resigned; it enables a man to hold his head high, to claim the future for himself and not to abandon it to his enemy.
– Dietrich Bonhoeffer –
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