Mothers who ache for their children and grandchildren.
Fathers that live with the knowledge they aren’t supporting their families.
Brothers and sisters who have to stay away from each other, or watch helplessly as the spiral of addiction, homelessness and poverty tear them apart.
How do you turn your son or daughter away at a time when it looks like they need you so much? How do you love them when their behaviours are so unlovable? How do you help them when you don’t understand?
We can help. You’re not alone.
It’s not just the individual experiencing the addiction that we support. Safe Harbour stands beside these families and offers them resources and support as they keep that thread of connection to their loved ones however they can.