Are you and your family concerned about a
loved one's substance use and or addiction...
We can help!
PARENTS EMPOWERING PARENTS
Parents Empowering Parents (PEP) Society was founded over 14 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.
January 15th PEP and U-Turn meeting – venue 100 Ordze Avenue – side door
As of January 29th, 2019 (every two weeks) Sherwood Park PEP and U-Turn meetings located at 2nd floor, 501 Festival Avenue (Family and Community Services rooms booked) Alberta and Quebec Rooms..Change begins with me and you!
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You Are Not Alone...
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.
PEP offers support, education and hope with professionally facilitated innovative programming and a support line days/evenings/weekends.
CALL 24/7: 780.293.0737 (0PEP)
Together we are stronger!
PEP convenes weekly through professionally facilitated discussion providing insight & direction for parents & families dealing with their child’s substance abuse issues.
Weekly on Tuesdays from 7pm to 9pm.
Please see our calendar for this week’s Meeting Location.
Strathcona Community Centre
Rm 2, 2001 Sherwood Drive
Sherwood Park, AB
(google 401 Festival Avenue – Library)
past library turn right at hallway
Sunrise Community Church
3303-37 Street, 2nd floor
The Inukshuk is a symbol of communication and survival.
Each stone is supported by the other – very much like members of a family or community. No one piece is more – or less – important than the another.
With the support of others, we are more likely to succeed. The Inukshuk reminds us of our need to belong to something greater than ourselves, to invest in our future, and to share the responsibility of our existence in the community.