Meth addiction doesn’t just touch the life of the user, but the lives of those who love them. There’s a support group in Mesa County called ‘Share and Care’ that helps support, educate and equip family members of meth addicts that is now offering evening meeting times.
The six-week group meets weekly and topics of discussion include: setting boundaries, detachment, hidden anger, guilt, manipulation and forgiveness. Officials say the purpose of the meeting is to help people cope with the pain of having an addict in their life. Family members of Meth users do not need to sign up and are encouraged to attend this free group.
The evening meetings start tonight, March 25 and run for six weeks. The group meets at River of Life Alliance Church, 701 241/2 Road, at 7 p.m. For more information, call 970-683-2678.
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