Family Support

You Are Not Alone

Faces & Voices of Recovery

Faces & Voices of Recovery is committed to organizing and mobilizing the millions of Americans in long-term recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction, our families, friends, and allies to speak with one voice. Our organization is dedicated to changing public perceptions of recovery, promoting effective public policy in Washington and in all 50 states, and demonstrating that recovery is working for millions of Americans. It is our collective strength that will ensure our success, and it is our mission to bring the power and proof of recovery to everyone in America.


Parents of Addicted Loved Ones (PAL)

Parents of Addicted Loved ones provides hope and support through addiction education for parents dealing with an addicted loved one.


Parents Enduring Addiction Consequences Everyday (PEACE)

PEACE is a support group in the Northern Kentucky area for parents and family members who are learning to cope with the death of a loved one from the disease of addiction.

DetailsMeets the 1st Tuesday of each month from 7:00-8:30pm at the Transitions Grateful Life Center 305 Pleasure Isle Drive, Erlanger, Kentucky, 41017.

Contact: For more information, please contact Charlotte Wethington, (859) 356-3265 or Connie DeMarrero, (859) 635-0187

People Advocating Recovery (PAR)

Society views addiction as a disease without shame, stigma, or discrimination. PAR's mission is to develop a statewide group of concerned individuals who work together to eliminate the barriers to recovery from addiction. 


Grief Recovery After a Substance Passing (GRASP)

GRASP was created to offer understanding, compassion, and support for those who have lost someone they love through addiction and overdose. Please come, join us and become a part of the healing community that is GRASP.


Young People in Recovery (YPR)

YPR envisions a world where everyone can access the necessary resources to recover from substance use disorder. YPR’s mission is to provide the training and networks all individuals, families, and communities need to recover and maximize their full potential.