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At NCVRC, we help ALL people affected by addiction.  If someone you care about is struggling with addiction, we can support you. It is common, and understandable, that you might be feeling helpless and alone.

Support for families and loved ones:

  • Families Anonymous (Mondays at 6 PM)

  • Al-Anon (Wednesdays at 5:30 pm)

  • Speak with a volunteer or staff member

  • Get a Recovery Coach  

Holding Hands

NCVRC's Recovery Coaches can work with family members and loved ones as well as people in recovery from drug and alcohol addiction. Just as we work with people in recovery to set and achieve goals for a fulfilling life in recovery, we use many of the same tools to support family members and loved ones working through their struggles with some one else's addiction.  


We encourage you to attend groups or stop in anytime we're open to speak with a volunteer. It helps to speak with others who have been through what you're going through. They can offer support and non-judgmental guidance, and share their own story with you when appropriate to help you through this time.  

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Visit our Meetings & Events page for descriptions of our available meetings and our weekly schedule.
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