Family Recovery Support
Resources, programs, and ways to get involved as a concerned loved one. Developed by families, for families.
A central place for programs, activities, news, and resources for families.
Get support for your loved one.
Our focus is strength-based support for anyone in need. Connect your loved one with a peer support specialist or search resources for treatment and other services.
Connect with other families.
Join a network of other families. Find support groups, learn boundaries, volunteer, or join the family work group help to develop programs for families and friends with concerned loved ones.
For women & children.
Specialized support, resources, and activities for mothers in recovery and those struggling with trauma and substance use.
An evidence-based family program
Connect with other family members and learn the skills to improve personal self-care, communication, and your relationship with the person in your life who’s currently struggling with substances. The Community Reinforcement and Family Training (CRAFT) is a 12-week workshop and support group facilitated by trained family members in Nevada.
Whether it’s your spouse, teenager, adult child, or a close friend. By applying the CRAFT model you’ll learn how to better understand substance use, co-dependency, and setting healthy boundaries.
Find or start a group
Find a local group meeting in your area or ask us about training so you can start up and facilitate your own group.
Foundation for Recovery has trained over 53 CRAFT facilitators in Nevada. We provide all the materials you’ll need to facilitate your group. Each CRAFT facilitator completes our 18 hour CRAFT Facilitator Training.
Family news & updates
Nevada’s Unique Partnership Places Peer Recovery Coaches in Dignity Health’s Neighborhood Hospital Emergency Departments
April 19, 2019 Nevada’s Unique Partnership Places Peer Recovery Coaches in Dignity Health’s Neighborhood Hospital Emergency Departments Every single day
Being child 5 of 8 children meant while growing up, if I wanted something I had to speak up and
Medication-Assisted Treatment (MAT); in 12-step culture, these words are not welcomed in the rooms. Many people have had disheartening experiences
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