Drug and Alcohol Recovery Team (DART)The Drug and Alcohol Recovery Support Team at BUMC is a ministry and resource to provide education, referral assistance and recovery support for individuals and their families in our congregation and the outlying community who are struggling with the pain of addiction. Committed to caring, DART provides support, information, referral while maintaining confidentiality.
The Parent Sessions, Framework for support in Raising Children
PARENTS ARE INVITED! These are Free and open to the public on the dates below from 7 to 8:30 p.m. at Berwyn United Methodist Church, 140 Waterloo Ave, Berwyn, PA with an expert facilitators:
November 27 Keeping our children safe - internet safety. An evening with Mary McCoy, Sr. Supervisory Special Agent from the PA Office of Attorney General. Information on the legal aspects of social networking: i.e. bullying and social media sites. What can parents do to keep their children safe?
January 22 Transitions: Helping Your Child Prepare For College and Beyond. An evening with area admissions counselors to speak about the transition to college. How to prepare your child for life challenges beyond what schools are teaching.
February 24 Recovery Sunday. We will have Martin Ferrero as our guest speaker.
February 26 The Role of Spirituality in Recovery: “Spirituality Solutions.”. Healing from mental health issues and the impact of prayer in the recovery from addictions. An open dialogue for those looking for further insight on the spiritual path in recovery. What is meditation and what are some of the clinical findings of mindfulness-based therapy.
March 26 An evening with Louis Bevilacqua. Do you ever wonder if your irritable or unhappy teen might be experiencing teen depression? Exploring the confusion of ADHD and what adolescent bipolar looks like. Addressing the concerns about your teen and advice for parents.
April 23 What is long term recovery - The journey of recovery is life long. Hearing from those who have been there. How trea-ment works, self-care and recovery as a life style for the individual and family.
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