FAMILY SUPPORT GROUP
St. Thomas of Villanova Auditorium, Bryn Mawr - Space is limited due to Covid restrictions!
Wednesday 6:00am - If you would like to join us, please contact Karen Farley at 610-525-4801 for Zoom meeting information.
AA Meeting Saturdays 7:00am - lower level of Parish Center
Former NBA Player
Chris Herren Featured
in New Substance Use Prevention Film
Radio Interview with
Nina Marie Corona
Click the link for the interview https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8LPNh5sDW9Y&feature=youtu.be
Is a web resource that provides information and support to people facing substance use disorders.
PA GET HELP NOW!
24/7 (Detox and Rehab) 1.800.662.4357
PARENT HELPLINE 1.855.378.4373
CLEAN AND SOBER RADIO WWDB-AM860 Fridays 3pm
RYAN'S HOPE - A grief
support group for Parents
who have lost a child to addiction
LOCAL SUPPORT GROUPS
Please check with locations about meetings during Covid restrictions!
These meetings are parents supporting parents of children with drug & alcohol addictions.
Sunday 12:30pm Recovery Centers of America, Devon
Center for Families, Malvern
Monday 7:00pm Interchange Corp. Ctr.,
Tuesday 6:30pm Mirmont, Broomall
Exton Community Baptist Church, Exton
Thursday 7:00pm Interchange Corp. Ctr., Plymouth Meeting
Family Support Groups
MISSION: Mercy is a ministry committed to spiritual, as well as practical, support for families suffering from the effects of addiction. We will provide awareness about the disease of addiction, both chemical and process, along with education. We will be available to pray with, listen to, and support anyone who contacts us in a safe and confidential manner. We are not professionals; we are fellow Catholics trying to live as "missionaries of mercy".
17 states that have legalized recreational marijuana. Lt Gov John Fetterman, now running for US Senate, attended, along with 4,000 others, the PA Cannabis Festival in Kutztown this month. 90% of Americans agree with legalization in some form.
Many will have children and grandchildren that will grow up in a legalized environment and may have kids that will be negatively impacted by substance use. It's important to get educated! Today, it is an entirely different drug than the Woodstock days! So listen to the YouTube. Check out www.learnaboutsam.org
Get the book Smoke Screen: What the Marijuana Industry Doesn't Want You to Know. Check out www.momstrong.org (unmasking the marijuana charade). The Mom who started this lost her son at age 31. He wrote "marijuana killed my soul and ruined my brain" Watch Cannibis Use & Mental Health YouTube replay .