RESOURCES – Toolkit
ABC Problem Solving Worksheet
A worksheet to help you self-manage your own recovery and life.
Love Shows Up Here
Have you ever felt so lost in fear, anxiety, sadness, guilt, even anger, that you can barely think straight, much less get calm and focused? This worksheet can help you reconnect with feeling love and responding with loving action.
The WRAP — A Wellness Recovery Action Planning Guide
This worksheet is designed for contemplating the term recovery as a way to focus on being well. It is a great way to plan for your life.
This tool is designed to help you get out of a confused state of mind and into clarity.
Explore a stressful belief. Then question the concept in writing.
Three Tips To “Let Go”
Acquire tools and alternatives to replace your sense of resistance and helplessness with empowered love. Let’s explore 3 ways that can help you to “let go”.
If you are facing a crisis, call a helpline. Every minute counts.
- Addiction Resource Center 24/7 Helpline: 833-301-4357
- Alcohol Abuse and Crisis Intervention: 800-234-0246
- Alcohol and Drug Abuse Helpline: 800-234-0420
- Alcohol Hotline Support & Information: 800-331-2900
- Grief Recovery Method: 800-334-7606
- Nar-Anon: 800-477-6291
- National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-SAFE (7233)
- National Help Line for Substance Abuse: 800-262-2463
- National Parent Helpline: 855-4APARENT (855-427-2736)
- National Suicide Prevention Lifeline: 800-273-TALK (8255)
- National Youth Crisis Hotline: 800-448-4663
- NDMDA Depression Hotline: 800-826-3632
- Parent Hotline: 800-840-6537
- Partnership for DrugFree Kids: 855-378-4373
- Poison Control: 800-222-1222
- RAINN (Rape, Abuse, Incest National Network): 800-656-HOPE (4673)
- SAMHSA Crisis Helpline: 800-662-HELP (4357)
- SAMSHA Treatment Referral Hotline: 800-662-4357
- Sexual Assault Hotline: 800-223-5001
- Suicide Hotline: 800-254-HELP (4357)
- The Trevor Project (LBGTQ): 866-488-7386
Boundaries, Bottom Lines, and Threats- Knowing the Difference Can Empower Family Member Recovery
Family Dynamics of Addiction and Recovery: 14 Enabling Behaviors for Family Members To Quit Now
Parent’s 20-Minute Guide
A guide for parents about how to help their children change their substance use.
Parenting Toolkits. Let’s Talk.
A list of resources to help parents talk to their kids about addiction.
Power to the Parent Hidden in Plain Sight
Strengthen your detective skills as a parent.
Setting Healthy Personal BoundariesList of healthy boundaries.
Stop the Tag Team Enabling: Helping Your Family Member Find Recovery
Tools for Self-Care
True self-care is not salt baths and chocolate cake, it is making the choice to build a life you don’t need to regularly escape from.
Handout providing guidance in building resilience during crisis.
Fast Forward: Purpose
Imagine fast-forwarding to the end of your life. When I look back, am I satisfied with the life I have lived? Am I living my life in such a way now that this will be achieved? Fill this handout and help yourself live according to your values.
Breathe. You’re not alone. Many other parents and families have gone through, and are going through, what you’re facing now. We’re here to help.
Partnership for Drug Free Kids Parent Helpline
Trained and caring specialists are ready to listen, help you find answers and make an action plan to help your loved one. Call 1-855-DRUGFREE, Live Chat, Send an Email, Text a Message to 55753.
Power to the Parent QUIZ
Quiz for parents to learn terminology of drugs, talking to your child about drugs and alcohol use, signs of addiction and other useful information.
Sonoran Prevention WorksNaloxone is an important tool in preventing overdose fatality and people who use opioids as well as friends and family members should have access to it. Search the Arizona map to see where naloxone might be available near you.
The more you take care of yourself, the better off your child will be.
Twelve Do’s and Don’ts For the Family While the Alcoholic Is In Rehab