About PEP

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Meeting Locations

 

Sherwood Park

Strathcona Community Centre (rooms past library (401 Festival Ave) 

2001 Sherwood Drive, Sherwood Park

 

Millwoods

Sunrise Community Church

2nd floor - (no handi-cap access) 

3303-37 Street, Edmonton

 

 

 

 

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SAVE THE DATE Friday September 29th, 2017

Love You Forever 2017 

 

Do you have a child using or abusing drugs and/or alcohol?

 Do you have concerns and feel exhausted, hopeless, or alone. 

 YOU ARE NOT ALONE

PEP offers support, education and hope

 Together we are stronger!

 

Please note: Millwoods PEP meeting location is not handicap accessible at this time. Please contact office (780.410.8516) in advance of attendance and a solution may be available. Thank you

 

Dr. David Swann Leader Liberal Opposition of Alberta,

recognizes PEP in the Legislature December 1st, 2016

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 Click on link below for Global Story...

 

http://globalnews.ca/news/3111269/support-group-helping-parents-dealing-with-drug-addicted-children/

 

 

Parents Empowering Parents (PEP) Society was founded over 12 years ago as a result of a need.  Parents were out of solutions, hopeless, and alone in dealing with the issue of substance abuse/addiction in the home. Our co-founders identified the most significant way to help our youth/adult children with substance abuse/addiction issues was through supporting and educating the parents & families

 

 

 

 

 Consider giving for families in your community..

 families in crisis of addiction

there are many ways to give..

Would you consider a  monthlycontribution? 

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 Donations tab/DONATE NOW Button

 

Together we rebuild hope for families..

 

  Today PEP, a registered charity, continues to provide the community with innovative, professionally facilitated programs  for FREE.

 

 PEP was instrumental in getting the PChAD (Protection of Children Abusing Drugs Act) legislation in place as a resource for parents in Alberta, July 2006.

 

 

Marijuana misinformation putting young people's health at risk, experts say 

 

  Know The Facts about Marijuana

Adolescent Marijuana Use and Its Impact on the Developing Brain 

 

Signs & Symptoms of Substance Abuse