Frontline Foundations Hosts Free Family Group Support for Addiction

By: Frontline Foundations Last Updated: January 24, 2017

Frontline-FoundationsFor family members or loved ones struggling with addiction, Frontline Foundations, Inc. begins a free program this month for La Porte County residents. Family Matters Group Support will begin Tuesday, January 24th.

“We are enormously grateful to The Bethany Lutheran Church of La Porte Foundation for underwriting this valuable program,” said Operations Director Derek Frazier. “Family is such a huge stakeholder for recovery support and Bethany’s contribution allows us to offer the Family Matters Group at no charge.”

Frontline is a certified substance abuse intensive outpatient treatment provider with an office location in Downtown La Porte at 605 Michigan Ave. Family Matters is designed to offer support and hope through interactive and spiritually-led discussions and education for those coping with a loved one facing addiction.

"Addiction affects everyone in the family, not just the individual." explains Frontline Counselor and Group Facilitator, Rachael Cloud. "It is vital to help families know they are not alone and to bring healing."

Pre-Registration is required as group size is limited. Please call Frontline to register at (219) 728-1638.

Frontline Foundations, Inc. is a non-profit and certified substance abuse treatment center. The mission of Frontline is to serve as a source of hope to young men and women struggling drug and alcohol abuse while also providing an effective treatment and recovery support system.