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Empowering caregivers with knowledge, tools and resources to build trust and create a sense of safety in the youth they care for. 

If you're caring for a young person affected by the stress and stigma of a parent's substance use, thanks for being here.  Our resources aim to empower you with knowledge through peer-developed and recommended support and caregiver connect sessions.

...I attended your caregiver session through Alberta Health Services and learned so much about how I can support my niece, but also felt so validated in my own childhood experiences. Thank you...

Ways we connect with caregivers:

Join one of our free monthly virtual informations sessions

Our caregiver sessions are aimed at supporting caregivers in building a trusting, destigmatizing relationship with impacted youth by providing you with information and resources that helps you understand their experiences, connect in meaningful ways, and build a positive sense of self and identity for youth.

Free Hope Kits

Each year, we proudly distribute 50 complimentary Hope Kits to caregivers in Alberta. These kits, valued at over $100, are meticulously crafted to offer peer-developed healing resources, healing books, and practical tools. They empower caregivers to forge deeper connections with the youth they support, fostering meaningful engagement and lasting impact.

Our Resources

Our first-of-its-kind resources are used around the world, and are  based on the lived experience of youth who have grown up with the stress and stigma of a parent's substance use. View/ Purchase below.

If you are a professional in a natural support position (coach, educator, frontline worker), learn about our professional training.

Free Monthly Caregiver Info Session

Cargiver sesssion
  • Jul 10, 2024, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. MDT
    Empowering caregivers with stories, knowledge, and tools.
  • Jun 17, 2024, 12:00 p.m. – 1:00 p.m. MDT
    Summer break can bring a lot of stress for students when school is their place of respite. If you are an educator who works with youth affected by the stress &stigma of a parent's substance use, join us for a 1 hour lunch n' learn as we chat about safety planning.
  • Apr 25, 2024, 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.
    A peer Mentorship program for individuals 18+ who want to use their experiences with the stress and stigma of a parent's substance use to lead changes within socierty, their community, and/ or themselves.
  • Apr 03, 2024, 12:00 p.m. – 1:10 p.m. MDT
    Curious about joining our Peer Empowerment Program but have nerves or questions? Join our info session to learn more.
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