For Families/Friends: Recovery Services Program

COA (Child of an Addict) Services

Group support and individual counseling for those ages 5 to 18 who have been impacted by a family members’ chemical use.

Family Support Group

This is for family members or those in a relationship with someone struggling with an addiction. The group will help you to focus more on your own wellbeing.

 

Parent Support Group

This is a skills training group for the family of individuals with substance use disorders, which includes four core modules: Mindfulness, Interpersonal effectiveness, Emotional Regulation, and Distress Tolerance.  Participants will also attend individual counseling sessions weekly along with a monthly family session.

 

COA Group (children of alcoholics and substance abusers)

This group is for children and teens that have a family member who in the past or present has had a substance use disorder. Group counseling helps the young person to understand how alcohol/drugs affect them, the “identified patient,” and their family.  Our services will also help them deal with their feelings of anger, blame, guilt or other emotional concerns. This group is not intended for adolescents who are being treated for their own addiction.

 

 

Fees

We accept insurance coverage from a wide range of carriers. A sliding scale fee will also be set if you do not carry insurance.

To learn more about Recovery Services, contact:

Alison Silver
Program Director
845-267-2172, x225
silvera@mharockland.org