Jerry Moe helps Children Recover from the Trauma caused by their Parent's Addictions

Jerry Moe is the Founder and National Director of the Hazelden Betty Ford Children's Program, which teaches children ages 7 to 12 who have a parent in active addiction or early recovery to understand their parent's illness "is not their fault."

Jerry's work gives children the tools they require to stop blaming themselves for a parent's addictions and return the safety of being a child once again. He has been recognized as "significantly improving the lives of children of alcoholics in the United States and around the world."

Join Marc Kantor and Recovery Talk as we engage with Jerry about his own childhood growing up with an alcoholic father and his mission to help young children everywhere to overcome traumatic childhood experiences.

You can reach the Hazelden Betty Ford Children's Program at or by telephone at 760-773-4291.

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