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Parents Helping Parents

Parents Helping Parents

If you have a child that struggles with addiction, we want to let you know about a local group of parents that have been there, and want to help.  Parents HelpingParents Helping Parents Parents is an organization whose mission is to provide information, resources, and peer support to help other parents of children struggling with substance abuse.

As the name indicates, they are parents of children who have struggled with substance abuse, reaching out to help other parents dealing with the same issues. They do not offer professional expertise, but their goal is to empower parents to exchange the chaos that addiction brings for peace, as they learn tools to support recovery.

Local Chapters

Parents Helping Parents, Inc. (PHP), a 501(C)3 non-profit organization, was founded in 2001 and currently has chapters in Norman, Edmond, Enid, Tulsa, and Wichita, Kansas.   Meeting times and locations for each chapter are available on their website.  You can also find more information about the organization, contact numbers for each chapter, and additional resources available to parents at their website,

Additional Resources

At Rodney’s Bail Bonds, we have put together a collection of community resources available for those struggling with addiction and their families. These resources include recovery support groups, felon friendly employers, drug and alcohol rehabilitation facilities, and other outreach programs in the Oklahoma City area. We have designed these listings to assist those working to build a life after addition and incarceration.  We have also included resources for their friends and families.

Please call or email us if you know of an organization that you think should be added to this list.

Please know that Rodney’s Bail Bonds is not associated with any of these groups or organizations. These resources are provided to assist our clients, along with their friends and families, begin the process of finding help.

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