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Thu, Sep 21



Destigmatizing Grief and Shame

We know that the grief and shame of a parent's substance use can be complex. Come hang out to connect with peers as you continue your healing journey.

Destigmatizing Grief and Shame
Destigmatizing Grief and Shame

Time & Location

Sep 21, 2023, 7:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.


About the event

Hey there! Welcome to our online peer support group dedicated to destigmatizing grief and shame. We know that growing up with a parent's mental health challenges and substance use can be super challenging, and so we created resources to share with peers in hopes to create a space for us to heal through what we have or are currently going through.

This safe and inclusive virtual space is specifically designed for youth and young adults (18+). healing.

These sessions change monthly and are co-facilitated by peers who have personal experience with a parent's substance use and/or the loss of a parent to a toxic drug supply. Their lived experience adds a unique perspective and empathy to the support group, fostering a deeper understanding and connection among participants.

Who it's for:

This online support group is open to youth and young adults aged 18 and above who have experienced grief and/or shame related to a parent's substance use.

Come to share your story, ask questions, share resources or tips, or listen in a non-judgmental environment. Together, we can navigate the journey of healing and empowerment.

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