Ehara taku toa i te toa takitahi, engari he toa takitini ke
My strength does not come from me alone but also from others
I just wanted to say thank you so much for meeting with us last week.Anonymous
Feels a lot better with a plan in place, preparing for the worst and hoping for the best!
I've even saved the rules as a screensaver on my phone so I am reminded every time I use it, especially my happy thought :)
A bit of a tough week since then, but having tools makes it A LOT easier than it once was.
Thank you, thank you and thank you again!
Thank you to Brave Hearts for the support and help you have all given me over the past 13 weeks.Anonymous
I have been on this journey / roller coaster for several years now. I knew some of what I
needed to know / do however, each time my son relapsed, the stress for me became more
undeniable, my thoughts became chaotic and I lost the consistent clarity I required to be
helpful to both my son and myself. As the weeks went by and I attended each meeting, I
found that clarity. I can not thank you all enough.
I was very fortunate to have Brave Hearts support group available to me when I was at aAnonymous
point of not knowing what I was going to do next.
The fortnightly meetings have been huge in supporting and educating me by way of being
surrounded by people that have gone or are going through exactly what I am, being able
to share my problems and experiences in a safe, caring and supportive environment.
The meetings have educated me greatly. I look forward to going to every meeting as I
always get something from them.
The Acorn Foundation has been aware of Brave Hearts (started by Erin Scarlett and RosThe Acorn Foundation
Potter) and their desire to help parents and family members of methamphetamine addicts.
Reducing drug and alcohol abuse was identified as a top priority for safety and security in
our 2015 Vital Signs research report.