Families in Recovery

“I Need Help” – Elton John, Hero of Hope

By Andree Corroon May 29, 2019

In early March, I attended Elton John’s Farewell Yellow Brick Road Concert at the Barclay Center. I love Elton John and I love his music. His songs are the sound track of my life. Your Song is the song I sang to my babies every night as I rocked them to sleep. I had the good […]

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FI’s Annual Spring Gala 2019

By Andree Corroon March 12, 2019

Join us on May 13 as we honor Academy & Emmy Award-winning actress Allison Janney and the Hanley Foundation Click on the invitation below to reserve your seat or table now!      

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New York Times Editorial: What Advocates of Legalizing Pot Don’t Want You to Know

By editor10022 January 6, 2019

image: Annelise Capossela At Freedom Institute, we do not take a stance on legal or political issues. We have our professional views and opinions about the physical, mental and emotional effects of substance abuse and our mission is to help individuals and families suffering from substance use disorders. What we do see time and time […]

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FI’s Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills Training for Families

By Tessa Kleeman December 13, 2018

Family members are invited to participate in a four-session group designed to introduce Dialectical Behavior Therapy Skills.  These skills are to help family members cope with the addiction and/or recovery of a loved one, whether or not she or he is in treatment. DBT Skills have been known to improve relationships. This educational group also offers […]

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