We offer a free trial to our Premium membership for 14 days. After your 14 free days, you have the option to continue with full access to the OPLM community and its benefits with our Premium membership for $49/month. Or choose our Basic membership with limited free access to Speaker Talks and the Resource Hub.
Our Premium membership is $49/month, after your free 14 day trial period. We do offer a Basic free membership.
Please contact [email protected] – we are always here to help!
You may cancel at any time. We believe OPLM is a form of self-care and supports healthy family dynamics. You can always stay a free member and have access to our live Speaker Talks and limited access to our Resource Hub.
We do not offer refunds generally, but please reach out if you are not satisfied or are having issues and we will try our best to resolve concerns so you can find the resources and support you need.
We offer a 14 day free trial, but request your credit card information to verify your membership. You can cancel at anytime during the first 14 days with no questions asked. Once the free trial period concludes, your credit card will be charged, unless you choose the Basic free membership.
No, we are a support group platform. Our Peer Parents are parents like you, who facilitate the support groups and have shared experiences. Please know this is not group therapy, and we are not therapists.
Only our Thursday Speaker Talks and Monthly Expert Panels are recorded, to give members the opportunity and benefit to rewatch a talk or panel, or watch a speaker that they missed. We never record any other support groups so that participants will feel free to share.
Yes, we offer reduced memberships to parents and families who need support. See Financial Aid.
All members are offered a free 14 day membership that includes all the benefits the platform offers. After your 14 free days, you have the option to continue with full access to the OPLM community and its benefits with our Premium membership for $49/month. Or choose our Basic membership with limited free access to Speaker Talks and the Resource Hub. Join for Free Now.
We are not therapists, psychologists or doctors. If you are experiencing an emergency, please call 911. Also note we have a crisis hotline page. Please note our member support staff can only refer you to the best of their ability.
Yes. The safety and anonymity of our members is sacred. Each person decides for themselves what their username is and how much personal information to share.
You can donate a membership to someone you know who may benefit from our community. You can also donate a membership as part of our financial aid program to help us support those who may not have the financial means for membership. Donate Now.
No, we are not a 12 step program. We do not promote a particular program or path of recovery, we are all inclusive and believe that one size does not fit all.
No. Sharing your video is optional, as is sharing your story and participating during support groups.
Peer Parents are our support groups facilitators. They are parents who have lived similar experiences. Learn more about how you can become a Peer Parent.
As many as you would like! We encourage you to explore our numerous offerings. One of our sources of pride is that we are able to offer meetings multiple times a day, in the hopes that we are there during your time of need. See our Support Group Schedule.
Our support groups are an hour long. They start with the group agreements, meditation, and an opening statement. Next, an opening topic is brought forth by the Peer Parent where they share their thoughts, feelings, or experiences on that topic and then the floor is open to all parents to share. We close with a reading and farewell. Our support groups end 5 minutes before the hour to allow individuals to be on time for a next appointment.
General support groups are open to all members. You can also join experience-specific groups that you identify with, such as our Mens’ Meetings or the Families with Kids in Sober Living and Alumni Programs group. We are always expanding our offerings. Have a need for a support group that is not being met? Reach out to us at [email protected].
Need Help Now: Let us point you in the direction of other resources. If this is an emergency, please call 911.
If you or someone you know is in crisis, call the Suicide and Crisis Lifeline at 988.