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Family Support Meetings

Family Healing is Important For Recovery

Addiction not only impacts the individual struggling with their substance use but those around them as well. Spouses, friends, and family members of an individual facing addiction all also have their own struggles related to addiction. Attending a family support group can be highly beneficial for those who have a loved one struggling with addiction. 

Family support groups can help individuals learn more about addiction, including the best ways to talk to an addict and how to support an individual during the recovery process. Members of the group may share their experiences in order to gain insight into the best ways to manage the negative emotions associated with a loved one’s addiction disorder.

The Last House hosts live online support groups for the families or loved ones of an individual facing addiction. Meetings will occur twice per month, on the first and third Monday of the month. Our meetings are held on Zoom, meaning that you only need a computer or smartphone to be able to participate.

Ariana Gravanis LPCC and Andy Allen lead our meetings. Ariana Gravanis is a licensed professional clinical counselor specializing in working with families and adolescents struggling with addiction. Ariana focuses on ways to build healthy relationships and boundaries within a family, to support long-term recovery. Andy Allen is the Last House’s Director of Programming and specializes in family dynamics and support.

Meet Our Facilitators!

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Andy Allen

Program Director
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Ariana Gravanis, LPCC

Family Group Facilitator

Last House Family Support Group Disclaimer

The Last House Family Support Group is a non-clinical peer-to-peer support group, facilitated by staff contracted with The Last House, LLC. By signing below, you understand and acknowledge the following disclaimers made by The Last House, LLC: 

  1. The information provided in the Last House Family Support Group does not constitute the provision of medical, psychological, or other professional health care treatment services, nor does it constitute the practice of medicine, therapy, or other professional health care services.
  2. No client/therapist relationship is formed by attending any of the Last House family support group.
  3. The Last House Family Support Group is intended and only suitable for individuals 18 years of age and older. 
  4. The information provided in the Last House Family Support Group is not intended to serve as medical, psychological, or other professional health care advice and is not intended to be used for diagnosis or treatment of any condition or symptom.
  5. You should never disregard professional advice or delay in seeking treatment based on the information provided in the Last House Family Support Group.
  6. The Last House Family Support Group is not intended to be a substitute for therapy. Each person has unique needs, and the Last House Family Support Group cannot take these individual differences into account. You should consult your licensed physician, psychotherapist, or other qualified health care provider regarding any specific questions you may have.
  7. The information shared and discussed in the Last House Family Support Group is not based on a personalized assessment, treatment planning, pacing, and safety precautions that would be provided in therapy.
  8. You should stop attending the Last House Family Support Group and consult with a therapist at any time if you feel overwhelmed or feel that your mental health or ability to keep yourself or others safe is at risk. The Last House Family Support Group does not provide emergency or crisis support. A non-comprehensive list of resources is included below:
  • Emergency Services: Dial 911

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