Ask yourself these questions:
If you answered "Yes", then BALM can help you help yourself, and learn how to help your loved one.
Also known as BALM.
BALM is more than just a program, it's a path to peace and recovery for you, and often your loved one.
BALM stands for "Be A Loving Mirror®".
Benefit from our dual approach. Get your life back and help your loved one get their life back.
Designed for the entire family. Up to four family members can access program resources.
Become a part of our community. Hear from and interact with other member families.
Plan around your family's schedule. Learn and participate as much as you want, when you want.
"BALM has brought me so much compassion for my children. BALM has changed my life and relationships. By the grace of God, my son will be 5 years sober in September and my daughter 8 years in August."
- Stacey Karchner, a BALM Parent
"I have spent so much money enabling an addiction but I knew this time the money spent was going to bring about a great reward…my own peace. It is the best investment I’ve ever made! I am worth it. My son is worth it."
- Ginger Howard, a BALM Parent
"I have learned so much in the BALM, more than I could even begin to list here. Most of all I’ve learned the choice is always mine – I can choose drama and chaos or I can choose peace and love. I can choose to contribute to her SUD or to her recovery. I can choose to cut her off or love her unconditionally. I choose life and love and therefore I choose the BALM!!"
- Lori Bolen, a BALM Parent