Parent Recovery Network (PRN). In the field of medicine PRN is an acronym for the Latin phrase pro re nata, which means “as needed” or “as needed when circumstances arise.” We’re here when you need us…
The Parent Recovery Network is an anonymous support group (like Alanon) for parents of kids struggling with substance abuse. Whether they are currently using or in recovery this is the group for you. If this is all new to you, you may be in shock. We are here to help steer you in the right direction for resources for your child as well as to help educate you on the disease of addiction. Our goal is to empower you to help yourself and stay out of guilt, regret and shame, none of which are helpful to you or your child in recovery. If you have been through this for a while, PRN will help you see that you are not alone and provide resources and support you need to help you get your life back. The “experienced” parents are always helpful to ones that are new to this disease. Come join us. Help yourself, and help others.
Parent Recovery Network meets every Thursday night from 7-9pm at Fideles Christian School, 3190 Weber Industrial, off of Ronald Reagan, Cumming 30041. (Near Babas restaurant and Shell gas station).
PRN is facilitated by licensed counselor and expert in addiction, Kirsten Banks, LPC. If you are interested in learning more or coming to the next meeting you can contact Kirsten at firstname.lastname@example.org or 770-527-1236.[contact-form-7 404 "Not Found"]