Recovering Together

A support program for families of people struggling with a substance use disorder.

Substance use disorders affect the entire family – spouses, children, siblings, other relatives, and friends. This group provides families with helpful information and support. You’ll learn healthy ways of coping with the stress that comes when caring for a loved one who is struggling– whether they’re actively using, in early recovery, or long-term recovery.  

Trained counselors will work with you in a safe and supportive environment to help you:

  • Better understand addiction and the roles family members play 
  • Develop skills to support your loved one and cope yourself 

Interested in attending an upcoming meeting?

For more information about our programs please phone 860.496.2100. A staff member will return your call to discuss next steps.

This free program is generously supported by a grant awarded by the Connecticut Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services. This program was originally funded by a grant from Thomaston Savings Bank. McCall is grateful for the ongoing support from these community partners.