Our weekly support meeting is Christian, compassionate, sincere, educational, and open to family and friends. We have something different every week. Join us!
Finding your way through the maze of recovery options and associated services can take a lot of time and be frustrating. We want to help you find the right connections to fit you and your family. Read more about navigating recovery.
The disease and stigma of addiction can lead to isolation, festering resentments, and escalating conflict. Our layperson counseling and coaching is offered to individuals, couples, families, and friends to cope with the impact of addiction. Learn more about lay counseling and coaching.
Relatives raising children of addicted parents is one of the more complicated parts of the addiction spectrum. We provide support for extra care, custody, financial and legal assistance, respite care, and communication with relatives. Learn more about supporting addicted parents.
Grief is a natural response to death, loss, or disappointment. Every individual and relationship is different, so there’s no proper way to grieve. Mission Addiction can assist you in the process through our own layperson counseling services or through a referral to other programs in the area.
We provide a compelling mix of sobering facts, video clips, coping skills, faith, engaging discussion, and ways to make a difference. Let us discuss these things with your family, school, church, youth, or parent group. Learn more about prevention talks.
Our research and education team is constantly gathering information to help keep us informed, prepare talks and workshops, and enhance and expand our services – so we can serve you better. See how we’re staying up-to-date.