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Focus Recovery and Wellness Community

FOCUS is a recovery community organization offering free support and resources to anyone impacted by mental health, addiction or trauma issues.

FOCUS provides a warm, welcoming space for people to learn skills, meet new people and engage in their recovery. The group connects people to other community resources when they are needed, provides education to the community, and organizes recovery events. FOCUS can support you and your family on your journey of recovery from mental health problems, addiction, problem gambling or gambling addiction, or trauma issues.




NAMI Hancock County offers free educational support services to anyone dealing with a mental illness, ages four and up.  NAMI also offers support groups for individuals living with someone who has mental health conditions. Thanks to donors and volunteers, programs are provided free of charge to the community.  All of groups and classes are peer led by individuals that are living with a mental health condition or has a family member with a mental health condition.


Are You Worried About A Loved One's Substance Use?

Stressed Out? Confused? Concerned?  Don’t know how to help anymore of if you are helping at all?

Want to have conversations about recovery with your loved one, but don’t know how to start them?  Take a CRAFT (Community Reinforcement Approach and Family Training) Class.

Learn new techniques and solutions to help move your loved one towards recovery, build a healthier relationship and improve your quality of life.  The method was created by Dr. Robert J. Meyers and outlined in the book Getting Your Loved One Sober.  The class sessions are facilitated by local community members who were trained by Dr. Meyers.  There are six class sessions, held once a week, with a maximum of 10 participants.   Click the CRAFT download to learn more. (** ADD PDF LINK)

Struggling Because Of A Loved One's Drug Addiction?

You're Not Alone

A Support Group For Families Affected By A Loved One's Addiction

Meetings 2nd & 4th Wednesday of Each Month


This is a safe place to share your story. By sharing with others who understand, you will begin to find serenity among the chaos.