GAF Support Group

Grief and Family Support Combined

GAF Group (Grief & Family Support Combined)

Mondays:  6:30pm

The GAF Group, Grief and Family Support Combined, are for individuals who have a family member or significant other struggling with a drug or alcohol addiction and are also grieving the loss of a loved one to the disease. Trying to cope with the loss of a loved one as well as someone in active addiction or recovery is challenging and filled with a much more complicated rollercoaster of emotions. Herren Project knows that this requires an entirely different group for support. A safe place for families struggling to share their feelings of grief, guilt, shame, anxiety, and anger.

Herren Project’s family support groups provide a safe peer-to-peer environment where family members can work through feelings with others who have shared experiences. Group members will have time to express concerns, ask questions, and share progress and celebrate victories about the effect the abuse of substances has had on their families. Counselors will also educate group members on topics like codependency, how to create and maintain healthy boundaries, and self-care.

All family addiction support groups are led by licensed clinicians and social workers who have experience in drug and alcohol-related addiction counseling.

All groups meet on EST.

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Rebecca Helman O'Dowd herren project grief support group leaderRebecca Helman, LICSW
Lead Clinician

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Grief Support Group

Herren Project’s Grief Support Groups are for individuals grieving from losing a loved one to drug addiction, alcoholism, or a drug overdose.

Family Support Groups

Herren Project’s Family Support Groups provide an environment where family members can share experiences with others who also have loved ones struggling with addiction.

Parent Support Group

Parent Support Groups are for parents struggling to cope with an adolescent or adult child’s substance use while offering a supportive environment to share with peers in a similar situation.

Spousal Support Group

Herren Project’s Spousal Support Groups are open to anyone in a relationship, whether married or not, with someone with an addiction to drugs or alcohol.

Sibling Support Group

Herren Project’s Sibling Support Groups are designed to address a sibling’s unique dynamic with an addicted family member.

“Recovery is so much more than one person’s journey. It includes everyone who loves them.” – Chris Herren