Our Adult Trauma Ministries
PAL (Parent of Addicted Loved ones) provides hope, through education and support, to parents of addicted loved ones.PAL is a support group of parents helping parents who have an addicted son or daughter.
Parents of Addicted Loved-ones is a support group of parents helping parents. We meet every week to offer education and support, at no charge, for parents who are trying to save a son or daughter from addiction.
PAL can also help spouses who feel they have to parent their addicted partner, who is acting like a child.
PAL is especially helpful for parents and spouses, however all other sober family members and friends are welcome at our meetings.By attending our meetings, you will learn proven ways to help your loved one recover from addiction. You will also have an opportunity to give support to, and receive support from, others facing your same challenges.
War wounds the soul, but through REBOOT, combat veterans and their families are experiencing breakthrough in their war against post-traumatic stress.
Founded in 2011 by Occupational Therapist, Dr. Jenny Owens, REBOOT began serving military families at Fort Campbell, KY. Built on the belief that the spirit of a person is worth fighting for, the success rates of our 12-week Combat Trauma Healing Course quickly began to spread within the military community.
REBOOT is unlike anything else you’ve tried before. We believe that healing from combat trauma requires treating not just the mind and body but also the soul – and we are a community of people committed to helping each other heal from the spiritual wounds of war. You won’t find shortcuts or easy answers, but instead you will find solutions that last.
At REBOOT locations across the country, military families are healing, divorce rates are dropping, medication abuse is decreasing and suicide numbers are being reduced.
For more information on REBOOT or a class near you go to their website https://www.rebootrecovery.com
Through FIRST Responders, first responders and their families are finding renewed purpose and revived optimism.
Our faith-based stress and trauma healing journey is designed to address the spiritual and moral toll that critical incidents take on those within the law enforcement, firefighter and EMS communities. Together, we can see families heal, divorce rates drop, substance abuse decrease and suicide numbers reduced.
First to respond, last to seek help?
Why is it that the first to respond to a crisis are often the last to seek help for their own struggles? We get it. The constant stress. The administrative hassles. Balancing home life with a swing schedule. The anger that sits just at the top of your throat. The numbness and depression that has sunk in now – where life used to be fun, now it just seems like just one long shift. Maybe you would speak up and say something if you didn’t think it would hurt your career. Maybe you’re fed up, frustrated, and discouraged, feeling hopeless and helpless. And maybe you’ve even thought to yourself, “I can’t take it anymore.”
But what if you’ve only been treating part of the problem?
In just a few weeks, life can be better.
Firstline is different. Our courses are led by people who have been there, lived through it, learned from it, and want to help lead others out of it. We are a community of people committed to helping each other heal from the spiritual and emotional impact of daily stress and trauma. You won’t find shortcuts or easy answers but rather solutions that last. Families just like yours are experiencing healing at this very moment. Your healing can start today.
For more information on First Responders or a class near you go to their website First Responders