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Helping Loved Ones Conquer Addiction

Family Connections Support Group

Is a loved one struggling with substance use? It’s hard to know what to do or say. How do we hold the rest of the family together or just not fall apart ourselves?

  • How do I talk to my loved one without fighting?
  • What’s the difference between being supporting and being enabling?
  • Why don’t my ultimatums work? Don’t they love us?
  • What are some treatment options? Where do I even start?

Hosted for FREE by Community in Crisis on the 2nd & 4th Tuesdays of the month from 7:00 to 8:30 PM in person or on Zoom.

Join us as we tackle some difficult questions, explore coping skills and find ways to support one another. We welcome all and hold confidentiality as a top priority.

WHERE?: The Community Hub, 9 Church Street in Bernardsville, NJ or via Zoom: Click HERE to enter Zoom meeting.

Meeting ID: 840 3988 5113, Passcode: 402198

The group will be led by Jane Coyle, LCSW, LCADC, CCS, a resident of Harding Township with extensive experience in family addiction counseling.

For additional information contact Ken: 

Do you have a loved one struggling with alcohol or drug use?

  • The Science of Addiction
  • Is it a rite of passage in teen years?
  • Why doesn’t she just quit?
  • Stages of Change – Can he really change or do I just have to wait for him to hit bottom?
  • Consequences as a Teacher – “Should I tell her coach?” “Should I kick him out?”
  • One Size Does Not Fit All
  • What are my treatment options?
  • The Mental Health Parity and Addiction Equality Act – “Will insurance pay or do I have to mortgage my house to cover treatment?”
  • The Toolbox – “Are there better ways to communicate and problem solve?” “What if I’m not on the same page as my spouse/partner?”
  • Managing Emotions – “What do I do with my fear, anger and anxiety?”

There will also be time to discuss and process issues or concerns in each session. Please note there is no fee for the sessions.

For additional information, please contact

Prevention and Early Action
Workshops and Training
Recovery Support