As a parent of a child who is struggling, it is helpful to reflect on compassion. And how about when we parents are struggling? Self-compassion is the ability to treat ourselves with kindness, understanding, and care, especially when we are suffering, struggling, or making mistakes. Self-compassion can help us cope with stress, improve our well-being, […]
Our Newcomers Support Group is open to all who are in their first 90 days of membership with OPLM. Come share your story and be with others who are at a similar stage of their journey. Learn about how our support groups work and how to navigate our website for the best member experience.
Gather with other parents who have kids in programs. Programs may be anything from treatment centers, therapeutic boarding schools, therapeutic wilderness programs, inpatient or outpatient programs such as IOPs, PHP, etc. We welcome all!
Join us for a fun, lighthearted hour of diving into joy and gratitude. We will be exploring and learning from people that have influenced and supported our journeys and hope you can come and share some inspirations with us.
Gather with other parents who have children in Sober Living or that have graduated or left a program to be home or on their own. Programs may be anything from treatment centers, therapeutic boarding schools, therapeutic wilderness programs, inpatient or outpatient programs such as IOPs, PHP. We welcome all!
Find support and strength with other men in this safe space — share your story, hear from others and find help and hope in community. This meeting is open to all who identify as a man.
Our Meditation Support Groups are open to members of all experience levels and are an opportunity to take time to reflect, to breathe and simply to be. Each session ends with sharing time to help process the experience.
Join this unique yoga class designed for parents and family members. This yoga session welcomes all levels and is based in trauma-informed yoga postures and movements. Here is a list of what to bring to yoga for OPLM participants.
Come enjoy our Nurturing Minds, OPLM's weekly book club. This is an uplifting, safe, and empathetic space where we discuss thought-provoking books and diverse themes with an open dialogue, mutual respect, and an eagerness to learn from each other's experiences. Strapped for reading time? We will share a condensed version of the weekly reading as a […]
This support group is open to all who identify as women. Gather in this safe space to share your story and find help and hope in the company of other women on their own unique journeys of healing.
SMART was established because many people were looking for a self-empowering, science-based, progress-oriented (harm reduction oriented) and holistic approach for resolving or reducing addictive problems. Although both 12-step and SMART appear to work equally well, many people do not align with a powerlessness, spiritual, abstinence-only, and substance use only approach. Presentation will review SMART's approach […]
Find support and strength with other men in this safe space — share your story, hear from others and find help and hope in community. This support group is open to all who identify as a man.
General Support Group welcomes all members to gather to share experiences and to find help and hope in community.
Grab a coffee and join this gratitude space on Saturdays. Share what you’re grateful for, hear from other parents and enjoy an uplifting, hopeful time with your community.
Whether you have an adopted child or you were adopted - this is your place to share stories and experiences with caregivers like you.
Gather with other solo moms who have children struggling with mental health and/or substance use issues; come share stories and experiences with moms who get it. A solo mom is divorced, widowed, or single parent of a child. We welcome those moms who may still be with a partner who is not engaged in co-parenting […]
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If you or a loved one is in emotional distress or suicidal crisis, call 988.