PAL’S Regional Coordinator Consultants – Helping PAL grow
Helping PAL grow into a truly national organization is a complicated process, and the office staff in Phoenix is already stretched thin trying to support facilitators and keep things running smoothly during the pandemic. There has been a long to-do list to help put PAL in the national eye andRead More
Steering Clear of Misery
As the COVID pandemic stretches from weeks into months and probably longer the “Misery Index” is slowly rising for most of us. Boredom, the lack of direction and fun activities, isolation from friends and family, limited access to support networks (church, PAL groups, etc.), reduced work hours or unemployment areRead More
Help Get PAL on K-LOVE! (Nationally!)
HELP GET PAL ON K-LOVE! The local K-LOVE station in Phoenix ran a great story on PAL in Arizona with K-LOVE talent Dan Beck. The local meetings in Arizona have received a lot of new awareness and membership from this story airing. Send Dan an email saying how PAL hasRead More
Special Presentation: Ever Thought About Becoming a PAL Facilitator?
If you’ve ever thought about becoming a PAL facilitator, please read on. On December 19th at 5pm (MST), Kim & Michelle Humphrey will give a special presentation and Q&A for those who have ever thought about being a PAL facilitator. One of the best ways to heal and grow onRead More
Announcing The PAL Store!
PAL has recently begun selling shirts, mugs, and other swag online! Click here to see what’s for sale, or drop us a line to let us know what we should add!Read More
PAL is on Social Media – check us out!
We are excited to announce that PAL is on Social Media! We have been posting several videos on our YouTube channel. With just a few clicks of the keyboard you can find Family Education Seminar videos or the PAL State of the Union Video from our Executive Director explaining theRead More
Support group gave couple hope after years of dealing with child’s addiction
“Drama, chaos, sadness.” These are the three words Kathleen Moore used to describe what her life had become for 15 years, as she and her family watched one of her children go through an addiction to methamphetamines. She didn’t realize so much time had passed, as she “fell into aRead More
Parents Are Cutting Off Their Opioid-Addicted Kids — and It’s the Toughest Decision of Their Lives
Kim Humphrey was sitting in a sea of chairs, surrounded by about 40 people he had never met, when the Phoenix police officer finally realized what a train wreck his life was. He didn’t want to talk about it. Especially to a bunch of strangers. But his wife, Michelle, hadRead More
Parents of addiction victims, including some who died of ODs, gather to support each other at Kay Combs’ home
By Sarah LaddUniversity of Kentucky School of Journalism and Media A warm scene in a Georgetown home Monday night turned the focus of persons with addictions from alcohol bottles, pill bottles and needles to the intimate struggles those people’s families face. The group gathered in the home of Kay Combs,Read More
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