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The Coping Kit: A guide for family members

Written by family members for family members, the Coping Kit provides an overview of a wide range of information and resources that are relevant to the different stages of substance use and addiction.

Parents in Action: A guide for setting-up and running a support group

When under stress, we all wish we could be more confident, decisive, clear-thinking and emotionally resilient. It turns out that either by getting support or giving it, we manage better. If you can’t find a support group to join, you can start your own group by following the steps outlined in our Parents in Action Guidebook. If counselling is offered at a public health unit or not-for-profit treatment centre in your area, the professional staff there may help you get started. To find contact information for professional staff in your area search Health Links BC for your area with the key words “youth addictions treatment.”

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    1. Maia Gibb

      Thank you so much for taking the time to comment. I hope you’ll become a member of FGTA and have a say about the sorts of advocacy work you’d like to see.

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