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Addiction is a family problem.
Living with addiction can be challenging. There is HOPE for you and your loved one.
We understand and are here
to help you with those challenges.
Join us for our Bi-weekly Wednesday Night
Family & Friends Support Meeting
At the Locke Library, 3083 Yonge St.   Time: 7-8pm
 Meeting Dates in 2018 
April 11th & 25th    May 9th & 23rd  
June 13th & 27th
July 4th & 18th   August 1st & 15th & 29th   
September 12th & 26th  October 10th & 24th
November 14th & 28th  December 12th & 19th
SMART Recovery Family & Friends program is a scientific evidence based secular alternative to Al-Anon and the Johnson Intervention. Our method is based on the Cognitive Behaviour Therapy tools of SMART Recovery and the positive reinforcement components of CRAFT Community Reinforcement Approach & Family Training. This strategy assists those who are willing to make a change, helps build the communication dynamic in the family and leads to conflict resolution associated with addiction.
Family & Friends handbooks are available for $20.
For more information call our SMART Confidential Ph 416-628-9185
Our email

Family & Friends handout

There is a Monday night online meeting at 9:00 PM (Eastern) for CSO’s – Concerned Significant Others and three other weekly online F&F meetings.
Here is the link to the Online Community meeting schedule:
Update:  SMART Recovery Family & Friends Handbook is available at SMART Recovery Thursday meeting and the main website Bookstore!

Get Your Loved One Sober

Get Your Loved One Sober: Alternatives to Nagging, Pleading, and Threatening 
by Robert J. Meyers, Ph.D. and Brenda L. Wolfe, Ph.D.




To participate in the free online Family & Friends meetings, registration is required at
There is also a Family & Friends (Concerned Significant Others) Message Board Forum for additional support.
Another great book to read:
“Beyond Addiction, How Science and Kindness Help People Change.”
Authors – Jeffery Foote Ph.D, Carrie Wilkins Ph.D, Nicole Kosanke Ph.D., Stephanie Higgs Ph.D.

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