H.A.L.O. offers support to loved ones

Camden County’s Healing After Loss to an Overdose a new 10-week program starting this summer

Are you or someone you know grieving the loss of a loved one from addiction? Tell them about H.A.L.O (Healing after Loss to an Overdose). Sponsored by the Camden County Board of Freeholders and the Camden County Addictions Awareness Task Force.

H.A.L.O. is a new 10-week program starting this summer for families and friends who have lost someone to the disease of addiction. The program focuses on the struggles of family and friends who have lost someone to a drug overdose, and will be offered at three locations in Camden County.

H.A.L.O. will provide healing and support to family members, partners and others close to those who have died from an overdose. The program provides a safe haven to come together, share experiences and learn new ways to cope with grief and the loss of a loved one. This program is provided at no cost to participants and is presented by the Camden County Board of Freeholders’ Addiction Awareness Taskforce and Office of Mental Health and Addiction.

Anyone signing up must agree to participate in the full 10-week program.

For more details please contact:

  • Genesis Counseling Centers, Wednesday evenings at 5 p.m., 566 Haddon Ave., Collingswood. Call (856) 858–9314 to register.
  • Genesis Counseling Centers, Tuesday afternoons at noon, 1000 Atlantic Ave., Camden. Call (856) 858–9314 to register.
  • Living Proof Recovery Center & Center for Family Services, Wednesday Evenings at 7 p.m., 108 Somerdale Road, Voorhees. Please call (856) 216–7134 to register.

This program is provided at no cost to participants. Learn more at www.camdencounty.com.