Nearly one in three kids in America grows up in a home impacted by addiction. For children who grow up with addiction in their family, the very place where they should feel safe and protected—home—becomes an unpredictable environment filled with erratic behavior, conflict and broken promises. Growing up in these conditions can have a profound psychological impact on kids. We will examine how children perceive and respond to addiction in the family and explore ways that loved ones can work together to heal from the hurt of these behaviors. Join Hazelden Betty Ford in collaboration with Lee Health, Kids' Minds Matter and other community resources for this important presentation.
National Director of the Hazelden Betty Ford Children's Program
Specializing in helping children and families hurt by addiction, Jerry Moe has accomplished much in his 40 years in the treatment and prevention fields. In addition to his leadership role as national director of the Hazelden Betty Ford Children's Program, Moe serves on the advisory board of the National Association for Children of Addiction (NACoA), and is a well-respected author, presenter (he's been invited to all 50 states), and trainer (he's provided training/consulting in more than 20 countries). His award-winning work has been featured nationally, including on The Today Show, NBC Nightly News, National Public Radio, and in Parenting, Seventeen, Time, USA Today and U.S. News & World Report.
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