With an estimated 1 in 3 families impacted by addiction and co-occurring mental-health disorders, Change Addiction Now is here to help. We provide trained recovery coaches and peer support so desperately needed by families experiencing the disease of addiction. See more on why peer support is so important here.
Take the Pledge
HIT THE PLEDGE BUTTON TO GO TO THE PLEDGE PAGE
It will explain what the Pledge concept is about and it will ask you to become part of a human force this country needs. It's easy!
All you have to do is seek to understand, Embrace the concept, and Unite with as many as you can.
Go ahead, see what a difference you can make in our families, on our streets, and much much more.
Change Addiction Now is proud to support and partner with the following organizations and coalitions.
Embrace, Educate, and Empower Families and Communities
Impacted by Substance Use Disorder.
Become A trained Peer support
Unite families in the
fight against addiction
Legislate and Advocate
Tool kits, resources, scientific knowledge, and research are here--please use them and then share them.
Here is the place where we reach out to one another
and share our stories, our successes, our setbacks, our fears and our constant, constant worry.
ADDICTION IS A DISEASE--NOT A MORAL FAILING
More than 100 million Americans--
roughly one third of the population--are shattered by a loved one's addiction.
Children. Parents. Siblings.
Grandparents. Spouses. Aunts. Uncles.
Whether you are here to
• give or get support,
• learn the latest evidence-based
• find out how you can help to
"change the system,"
you are in the right place!
By providing trained recovery coaches and peer support and harnessing the enormous power of these families, Change Addiction Now (C.A.N.) aims to change the way addiction is treated, perceived, and legislated, and champion 21st Century research in the studies of brain, addiction, and the impact it all has on families.
PLEASE JOIN US!
Family members who accept that addiction is a disease are better able
to let go of the inevitable anger, shame and blame that comes with the territory.
Their loved one is not doing it "to" them, but rather the nature of this brain disease makes it impossible for them not to break promises, lie, cheat, steal and hurt those whom they love the most, UNTIL they stop their drug or alcohol use and effectively treat their disease.
People just like you are changing addiction--
and you can, too.