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Recovery Support

As a family member of someone suffering in active addiction and mental illness it can be challenging to know what resources are available for support or how to help the one you love. At the center we help families navigate these difficult moments and provide support through weekly groups.

Caregiver Support

Caregiver families can connect with a network of support. Families with aging adults, disability needs, or special circumstances can join our caregiver support group and access resources to help with self-care and mindfulness.

Grief & Loss Support

We provide services for families who have lost someone they love to overdose, mental illness, or sudden death. We understand that families might not always have a place to talk openly about the emotions they carry from grief. Our clinical support staff provide trauma support and grief sharing.

Educational Advocacy

Our family advocacy coordinator provides disability and educational advocacy for families needing 504 and IEP support. We also offer educational advocacy workshops and trainings on learning to strengthen family connections within the community

For more information on family support services contact our wellness team.


Recovery & Life Events

We host Life Events for families of recovery, recovery treatment centers, and recovery community organizations. Our center serves as a safe place for people walking a journey of recovery.

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Nichols Center hosts annual fundraisers and community events to create awareness for recovery and mental health. Our Knocking Addiction Out of the Park, Cookies & Cocoa with Santa, Escape Addiction 5K, Candlelight Vigil, and Gala are only a few of the amazing recovery events we have hosted.



Family Support

Our families of recovery provide support and build a network of care in the community. Through peer training and lives experiences our families are able to share hope with individuals looking for healing.

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