Shalom House founder Peter Lyndon-James will bring his tough love seminar to Busselton for families who are dealing with meth addiction on Friday, October 13.
Mr Lyndon-James’ vision is to bring holistic recovery to the lives of men, providing a long-term safe community for men pursuing a life free from addiction.
Shalom House was established in the Swan Valley in 2012 drawing inspiration from Mr Lyndon-James’ own life experience, recovering from a broken family and associated trauma.
The Tough Love seminar was designed to teach families to recognise addiction, stages of addiction and how to bring a person to the point of wanting change.
It brings home many hard truths and equips families with ways to help their loved one in addiction.
The tough love seminar is free, donations are welcome and will take place from 6pm to 10pm at the Cornerstone Church of Christ at Grace Court, West Busselton.
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