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Learn to Live Recovery Launches A Family Support Group

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Glance Creative
7501 Forsyth Blvd
Clayton
MO 63105 
United States
Phone:3147252439
info@glancecreative.com

Learn to Live Recovery provides the best tools and programs to assist men through the recovery process of addiction however we also know that it isn’t just the recovering addict that needs our services but their family and friends often need support as well. To learn more about our program, please visit our website for more information and you can follow us on Facebook as well @learntoliverecovery

When you have a loved one that is recovering from addiction, you come to realize that family and friends also need support to get through this process. We want to help you through the steps and offer this free service via Zoom to make it easier for you to attend.

We look forward to meeting you!

Lets learn a little about our guest speaker this month John Palmer….

John Palmer earned a Bachelor of Arts degree in Social Work at Southern Connecticut State University. He is a certified Recovery Coach Professional and a certified Recovery Coach Trainer. He began his career in the substance use disorder and mental health field in New Haven, Connecticut at what is now Turnbridge. He worked with a small group of individuals to build a long-term residential program for young adults and held various positions during his time there, among them Executive Director, Director of Professional Development, and Director of Family Services. Regardless of his role, John continued to be involved with direct client care through the conduct of skills groups on such topics as healthy coping mechanisms, triggers to relapse, relapse prevention, and recovery education, while always communicating the importance of simultaneous and successful treatment of substance use disorder and mental health diagnoses. In recovery since 2007, John brings a relatable mix of information and experience, contributing to his success in helping clients and families understand changing roles and responsibilities as a family member moves into recovery.

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