Lifeline for Loss support group – Hendricks County meets on the second Thursday of every month. It is intended to support and offer a safe space for families and friends who have lost a loved one to addiction. Today’s society has a lot of stigma around the disease of addiction which makes the struggle that much more isolating. Families and friends of those living with addiction often experience the shame and judgement of others. Overdose Lifeline recognizes the need for an understanding community to provide support from a loss.
If you or someone you know has experienced loss due to an opioid overdose, we hope to see you in our monthly support group.
Did you know you can share your loved one’s story on our Remembrances page?
Mentors are an essential piece in making our camp successful. If you’re caring, compassionate and want to proactively help the youth in your community, we invite you to join us at Aaron’s Place. We’ll provide the necessary training and tools to help make your contribution as meaningful as possible.
We require a one year commitment from our trained adult mentors to ensure that a solid foundation of trust, support, and awareness is built around the topic of substance use disorder.