Parents of Addicted Loved ones



New Tuesday 7pm, PAL meeting in Phoenix, at 4018 N. 40th St.

Latonia KY PAL group featured in the news. Click here to hear their story

Kentucky PAL Mom talks to local news about her journey and PAL (Article on Bottom right after you open the page) - click here

Meeting Updates / Special Events for February 2016- click here

    Click here to see our introduction to PAL video 

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 There is Hope!



Parents of Addicted Loved-ones is a support group of parents helping parents. We meet every week to offer education and support, at no charge, for parents who are trying to save a son or daughter from addiction.

PAL can also help spouses who feel they have to parent their addicted partner, who is acting like a child. PAL is especially helpful for parents and spouses, however all other sober family members and friends are welcome at our meetings.

By attending our meetings, currently in Arizona, Indiana, Kentucky, California, Montana, OhioOregon, and Washington, you will learn proven ways to help your loved one recover from addiction. You will also have an opportunity to give support to, and receive support from, others facing your same challenges. Participants 18 years and older may attend PAL meetings. Check out Mike Speakman talking about PAL (Video).

If you are interested in starting a group in your area, you can click here for more information or contact us or email:



Mike's NEXT Parent Coaching Group, Starts Wed., March 2nd


If you wish to support PAL and our mission, here is your opportunity to give back. You can make a tax deductable donation which provides us with the ability to expand our help to more families.

If you would prefer to mail a check, please make check payable to: Parents of Addicted Loved Ones and mail to:
Partners in Action/PAL
18325 N Allied Way, Suite 205
Phoenix, AZ 85054.
Thank you.

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