West Central presents seminar on enabling


Series of seminars for families, professionals on substance dependency

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MARYSVILLE – The Family Department of the West Central Community Correctional Facility will present its next in a series of programs aimed at people coping with or working with those who are substance dependent. “The Dangers of Enabling: How to Stop” will be held 6:30-8 p.m. on Monday, May 23, in the Male Visitation room at the facility, located at 18200 N. state Route 4, Marysville.

This program will explain enabling, give examples of enabling, explain the difference between helping and enabling, describe the family roles in a family affected by substance dependency, and discuss how to stop enabling.

This program is free and open to the public. Those interested in attending are asked to call 937-644-2838. They may speak with Cheryl Tossey at ext. 376 or Kay Raypholtz at ex. 377 to register and for more information. Leave your name and phone number if unable to reach either individual, and your call will be returned.

Upcoming programs

The Effects of Parental Incarceration on Children

12-Step Support: Not Just for the Addicted

Dates for these programs are being arranged.

Peoples who have loved ones involved in addiction, those who wish to know more about the disease of addiction, and professionals who work with this population are encouraged to attend. Due to security, this program is limited to adults only.

Series of seminars for families, professionals on substance dependency

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Submitted by the West Central Community Correctional Facility.

Submitted by the West Central Community Correctional Facility.