PAL is a support group for parents and other family members who have a loved one dealing with substance use disorder (SUD).
PAL is a support group for parents and other family members who are trying to help a loved one in seeking recovery.
A PAL Meeting!
PAL is a support group for parents and other family members who have a loved one dealing with substance use disorder (SUD). PAL’s free weekly meetings use evidence-based practices along with curriculum that was designed by professionals in the treatment and recovery industry. This curriculum is tailored specifically for parents and is delivered by trained volunteer facilitator parents.
Start a Meeting in Your Area
If you’re ready to make a difference in your area, sign up to learn more on how you can start a meeting. Some meetings are led by one facilitator, others are led by co-facilitators who share the leadership, and some people sign up to be a substitute for when they’re needed. No matter the type of facilitator, we are grateful for each and every one of these caring and giving souls.
Find Out More About Starting A Meeting!
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Watch a brief message from PAL Director, Kim Humphrey.
Local Online Meetings
If starting a local in-person meeting isn’t your thing, we can also assist with setting up a local online meeting. These are small, online-based meetings with others in your area.
National Online Meetings
If you aren’t ready to start a meeting in your area, you are welcome to check out our weekly national online meeting by clicking here.