Families Get the F.A.C.T.S.™ About Drug Addiction

Jennifer Maneely has released her new book called “Dear Parents: Strategies to Help Your Loved One Through Addiction.” Get the F.A.C.T.S.™

LAKE LURE, NC, UNITED STATES, August 30, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — North Carolina’s own Jennifer Maneely has released her new book called “Dear Parents: Strategies to Help Your Loved One Through Addiction.” With the drug overdose rates continuing to rise and the medical community struggling to keep up with the needs of drug-addicted patients, Jennifer focuses on strategies for the parents to support them in understanding what they can do to help.

Quickly, her new book “Dear Parents” reached the #1 Bestseller on Amazon. More and more family members are starting to seek help for themselves as the need for support for the families is growing exponentially.

Jennifer Maneely, a recovering addict herself with over a decade clean, had an epiphany while working for a leadership development company. A large percentage of their clients were desperately struggling with how to handle adult kids in addiction.

Because of her hard-won experience in addiction, she helped them by providing education, developing strategies, and providing the empowering messages they needed. Jen recognized that her insights into addiction world coupled with her experience as a coach, called her to dedicate her life to bringing her message of hope, experience, and wisdom to the front lines of the drug crisis in America.

In her book, she has laid out the framework for family members to follow through their journey supporting a loved one in addiction. Addiction can play by its own set of rules, it has its own language, and no one teaches you how to deal with these murky, confusing waters, until now.

Melissa McNair, MCC, MSC states, “This is the book a parent of an addict turns to when it’s clear that more of the same will never be enough, and the desire to do whatever it takes to break free from the pain has never been stronger. It illuminates this choice is taking on an assignment of a lifetime, and the deep-seeded commitment it requires to successfully repair and close the wide rift in this important relationship. Or walk away grounded in the knowledge that the decision to do so is made from an informed place and an act of love.”

The F.A.C.T.S.™ System is taking the addiction world by storm as it helps parents to start taking back control.
This proven system helps parents understand how they can support their loved one with a substance abuse issue. It supports them in answering that tough question "What do I do?" For many people, confidentiality is essential. This system is meeting parents where they are at in regard to their needs for privacy. Parents need real solutions, and the F.A.C.T.S.™ System provides that.

Lynn Carnes (Jennifer’s mom) wrote: “The most important lesson I got in her recovery was this: addicts lie, cheat and manipulate in order to fuel their addiction. As parents, we are overmatched from the start. We cannot imagine the things our little babies will do to get their high. If we stick to the parenting strategies that worked for our children when they were young, we are doomed from the start. It’s a whole new game and no one prepares us for it. You have to create a whole new relationship with yourself first and then with your child.”

To learn more about Jennifer Maneely, you can go to Maneelyconsulting.com or email her at Jennifer@ManeelyConsulting.com.

Jennifer Maneely
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NEW Kinship Support Services for Mahoning County Residents

Are you parenting the child of a family member or friend and reside in Mahoning county?
If so, NOAS Kinship Support Services are here to help you!

Parenting the child of a family member or friend can be challenging. When questions or issues arise, NOAS is here to help by offering a listening ear and a welcoming support group.”

— Cheryl Tarantino, NOAS Executive Director

YOUNGSTOWN, OH, UNITED STATES, August 12, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — These services include access to experienced staff, Mondays through Thursdays 8:30am-5:00pm, who will address your issues and concerns as kinship caregivers by problem solving and connecting you to helpful resources. Also provided is an opportunity for you to regularly meet as a group to discuss your individual experiences, share parenting ideas and strategies, learn from each other, and develop relationships and resources to help strengthen your family.

Please join NOAS for this ongoing support group including FREE dinner and childcare, as well as discussion with other kinship families. Group will take place at Mahoning County Children Services from 6-8:00pm on the following dates:
Monday, August 26th
Monday, September 23rd
Monday, October 21st
Monday, November 4th
Monday, November 25th
Monday, December 16th

For more information or to RSVP call Kim at (330) 236-5503 or email kstewart@noas.com.

*Mahoning County Residents Only. RSVP is Required.
Program provided by NOAS and paid for by Mahoning County Children Services.

For more information or to RSVP, contact Kim Stewart
Northeast Ohio Adoption Services (NOAS)
+1 330-236-5503
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CEOGC’s Head Start Program is Back in Session

CLEVELAND, OHIO, US, August 12, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — Summer is just about over and it’s back to school for The Council for Economic Opportunities’ Head Start and Early Head Start students. On Tuesday, August 13, more than 1,000 kids across Greater Cleveland will strap on their new shoes and book bags and stroll into their respective classrooms.

CEOGC’s Head Start program offers an age-appropriate learning environment to income-eligible Cuyahoga County residents with children aged 3 to 5. CEOGC also offers an Early Head Start program, which serves children from birth to 3 years. In the Head Start and Early Head Start classrooms, preschoolers learn both academic and social skills.
Enrollment is still open but act fast; spots are quickly filling up.

There are a number of ways to enroll your child if interested:

1. Visit our website at www.ceogc.org/headstart
2. Call the Head Start enrollment phone line at (216) 589-9922

CEOGC operates 11, high-quality Head Start centers across Cuyahoga County. All 11 sites are 5-star rated through Ohio’s Step-Up-to-Quality program. The 9 centers located in the city of Cleveland are all Pre4CLE certified.
If a center-based program isn’t for you, we offer a Home base option, where a certified teacher will come to your home to meet with you and your child. We also partner with dozens of daycares and childcare centers across the county. To learn more about any of these options, or to enroll now, please visit ceogc.org.

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The Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland is a nonprofit organization and the Community Action Agency for Cuyahoga County that operates programs and services dedicated to transforming the lives of residents. The Council delivers education, personal and professional development programs and support services to residents of Cuyahoga County. Programs include Early Head Start (birth to three) Head Start (three-five years of age); individual assessments for classes and coaching sessions on topics including parenting, anger management, and life skills; job readiness, customer service training, and job placement. The Council also delivers the Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP). For more information, visit ceogc.org.

Parrish Purnell
Council for Economic Opportunities in Greater Cleveland
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NEW Post Adoption Support Services for Mahoning County Residents

Have you adopted a child and reside in Mahoning county?
If so, NOAS Post Adoption Support Services are here to help you!

After adoption, families often need a safe place to go when questions and issues arise. NOAS is happy to be that listening ear and offer support and resources. You are not alone–we are here to help.”

— Cheryl Tarantino, NOAS Executive Director

YOUNGSTOWN, OH, UNITED STATES, August 8, 2019 /EINPresswire.com/ — These services include access to experienced staff, Mondays through Thursdays 8:30am-5:00pm, who will address your issues and concerns as caregivers by problem solving and connecting you to helpful resources. Also provided is an opportunity for you as post adoptive parents to regularly meet as a group to discuss your individual experiences, share parenting ideas and strategies, learn from each other, and develop relationships and resources to help strengthen your family.

Please join NOAS for this ongoing support group including FREE dinner and childcare, as well as discussion with other adoptive families. Group will take place at Mahoning County Children Services from 6-8:00pm on the following dates:
Tuesday, August 20th
Tuesday, September 17th
Tuesday, October 15th
Tuesday, November 5th
Tuesday, November 19th
Tuesday, December 17th

*Mahoning County Residents Only. RSVP is Required.
Program provided by NOAS and paid for by Mahoning County Children Services.

For more information or to RSVP, contact Kim Stewart
Northeast Ohio Adoption Services (NOAS)
+1 330-236-5503
email us here
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