You Are Not Alone
Finding Hope is a support group for loved ones of addicts. Through our meetings, you’ll find education, inspiration, and a community of other loved ones who’ve been impacted by addiction. Each week, you will have the opportunity to learn more about addiction, find tools to help those you love, and discover hope to help yourself as you journey down this road to recovery.
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Meet Amy LaRue
Finding Hope Coordinator
In 2015 Amy’s family faced the biggest storm they had ever walked through. She remembers feeling helpless, angry, frustrated, lonely, and hopeless. She couldn’t believe addiction had taken over her family. “My family, that’s not possible.”
Within six months Amy had hit her rock bottom as a loved one of an alcoholic. She decided a change needed to be made and began to seek help for herself. Amy was invited to her first Finding Hope meeting and something began to change.
She was nervous and anxious to walk through those doors for the first time, but so thankful she did. She was finally surrounded by other loved ones who understood what it was like to love someone who was an addict.
Amy learned she was NOT alone, it was NOT her fault, and there was HOPE. Because of Finding Hope, Amy discovered who she was again.
In 2020 God called Amy to become the Finding Hope Coordinator for Hope is Alive. She now provides oversight & direction to all Finding Hope Support Groups across the United States & beyond. Amy can’t wait to help lead you on this life-changing journey and show you there is HOPE.
The Impact of Finding Hope
Through education, inspiration and community support, Finding Hope members become equipped with the tools they need to feel whole again.
A Field Guide for Families Affected by Addiction
Worry. Fear. Pain. You think something might be wrong with your loved one — your son or daughter, your husband or wife, your mom or dad — but you can’t be sure. Can it just be a phase they’re going through, or can it be something worse? Can it even be addiction? “Finding Hope” was written with you in mind.