Herren Project’s addiction grief support group is for individuals grieving from losing a loved one to drug addiction, alcoholism, or a drug overdose.
This group is open to:
parents who have lost a child
children who have lost a parent
brothers and sisters who have lost a sibling
spouses who have lost a partner
individuals who have lost a friend
The grief addiction support group provides a safe place to share experiences about the impact of losing someone to an overdose death or drug and alcohol-related death. People typically find solitude and benefit from receiving support from peers who share similar experiences. The close-knit community that forms helps work through feelings with those who have endured the same tragedy. A counselor will cover various topics related to grief and grief recovery from both an educational and supportive standpoint. All groups are led by licensed clinicians or social workers who specialize in grief counseling. Sensitive issues may be discussed. All groups meet on EST.
Herren Project helps individuals find treatment for drugs and alcohol quickly, easily and affordably. Our trusted team will navigate the process with you to find the clinical support you need and deserve.
Free 15-minute one-on-one consultations with our licensed clinicians are available to all families affected by drug and alcohol addiction to provide insight into how to handle a loved one’s illness. Schedule today.
Herren Project offers sober housing scholarships and recovery coaching mentors to provide those completing treatment the chance to get back on their feet and transition to sober life in a safe and successful way.
“Recovery is so much more than one person’s journey. It includes everyone who loves them.” – Chris Herren