Do I have co-dependency? How does Co-dependency influence the relationship between the family members? Is it recoverable?
During the group, you can –
Date：18/9, 25/9, 9/10, 16/10, 23/10,30/10, 6/11, 13/11/2020 (Fri)
Time： 8p.m. to 9:30p.m
Target：Family Members of Drug / Ex-drug abusers
Number of enrollment: 8 persons
Fee: Free of Charge
🌸Enquiry and Enrollment：Ms. Lai, Social Worker (Tel：2382 0267)
Learning how to take care of oneself so as to tackle life-challenges with enough personal competence. A registered Chinese Medicine Practitioner will introduce health persevering to the service users, including dietary therapy of Chinese medicine, Acupressure and knowledge of fighting against virus.
🌸Date：5/10、12/10、19/10、2/11 (Mon Night)
🌸Time： 7p.m. to 8:15p.m
🌸Date： 7/10、14/10、21/10、28/10 (Wed P.M.)
🌸Time： 3p.m. to 4:15p.m
🌸Target：Drug Abusers、Ex-drug abusers、Family Members
🌸Enquiry and Enrollment：Ms. Chan, Social Worker (Tel：2382 0267)
Through drama and storytelling game to share the recovery story and rehabilitation process, service users can live healthier and can be able to change the community.
Time：19:30 – 21:15
Venue：Lok Heep Club Kowloon Centre
Target：Family Members and Ex-drug abusers
Drama Action: Rick Sir
Owen (Service Users)
Enrollment：2382 0267 (Kit Sir)
Handling drug-related problems at home is a challenge that could lead to mental and physical exhaustion as well as feelings of anxiety and helplessness. Sharing your concerns with other family members with similar lived experiences is not only a means to ventilate your emotions but also a healing process for mutual help and empowerment.
Through learning and supporting each other, we realize that we are not alone in this problem and there are always life lessons in our experience that could lead to personal growth and fulfillment.