When a loved one is struggling with Substance Use Disorder (SUD) it can be an overwhelming experience that affects relationships, health and even faith. Connecting with peers can make a difference.
LTM's monthly support group is open to family and friends of those struggling with misuse. We focus on sharing personal experiences and learning from each other in a compassionate and confidential environment. The meeting offers a way to enhance coping skills and self-care.
The support group is led by a licensed Clinical Social Worker.
We are proud to announce that the LTM Foundation will be hosting their Annual Gala Event on Friday, February 8, 2019, at The Seville in Streamwood, IL. The event offers participants an evening of fun while raising awareness and critical funding for the prevention of opioid misuse and support in our community. It is estimated that more than 72,000 Americans died of drug overdoses in 2017. Deaths from drug misuse exceed car accident fatalities.
Please attend this important community event. Learn more about Harm Reduction and the critical role you can play in ending the opioid crisis.
LTM President, Felicia Miceli, will be speaking.
Date: Friday, November 16, 2018
Time: 9:00 am - 3:30 pm
(Registration starts at 8:30)
Location: College of DuPage
Jack H. Turner Conference Center
Student Resource Center
Please register http://www.cod.edu/programs/human_services
Join LTM Foundation team and learn about the opioid epidemic from those personally affected. Do you know the triggers? Can you recognize the signs of drug misuse? Is a member of your family affected? Find out where you can go for help.
Join LTM on Friday, August 31, as we remember those we have lost to opioid misuse as part of International Overdose Awareness Day activities.
Learn how to administer Narcan to reverse an opioid overdose, tour a teenagers room and find common hiding places for drugs and learn how to dispose of unwanted medications.
Join LTM and friends for the second annual LTM West Suburban Golf Jacket Championship outing. Our goal is to raise money to promote the prevention of drug misuse to teens in our community while enjoying a day of fun. Meet up with friends or make new ones! Top prize - LTM Golf Jacket. RSVP to Ramsey at 630 686-1409
PLAN TO ATTEND - Summit on the Opioid Epidemic in Illinois - Hero Helps Community Forum, May 11, 2018 Edward Hospital Athletic & Events Center in Romeoville, IL. Keynote speaker, Laura Porter, will discuss the effect of childhood trauma on substance use. Forum will examine work to be done to address the issue of opioid use and overdose as well as what has been accomplished. Event is free and open to the public. Stop by the LTM resource table. More info or to register (optional) at: www.herohelpsswc.org
Join National Safety Council and a team of Illinois survivor advocates and local grassroots organizations on Thursday, August 31, for the 2017 Illinois Overdose Awareness Day rally.
Covering All the Bases means keeping close to all of those affected by addiction, giving them the support they need; while continuing to promote prevention through awareness. We need your help to continue to fight this epidemic! Please join us for a family night of fun. $10 from each ticket package purchase will be used to support a family, and promote prevention through school and community events. Help us save a life! Click here for more information or to puchase tickets.