Tired of fighting and worrying about your loved one’s addiction problems?

AiR can show you a better way. We are an online-learning platform for families whose loved one struggles with drugs or alcohol. We provide community, personalized guidance, and a scientifically-proven program to give you the skill-set you’ll need to help your loved one.


Reduce pain, anger, & worry

Gain skills proven
to work

Reduce substance use

Get your loved one into treatment

Improve your

Join AiR & Get Access To…

An eight-step video course
to help you and your
loved one

Experts to whom you can ask questions and get personalized responses

Self-care advice and material to help you relax and quietly reflect

A community of
individuals like yourself

A wealth of other resources
on treatment options and more


When you’re ready to take action and address your loved one’s addiction problems




Allies in Recovery


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& Get 3 Free Bonus Lessons:

• What Your Loved One Is Thinking
• CRAFT: At a Glance
• 10 Things Parents Must Know When
Their Adult Child Suffers from Addiction

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Membership gives you access to…

Video Modules

Videos teach you to respond mindfully to your loved one's substance use

Easy-to-digest eLearning Modules

Videos based on CRAFT help you motivate your loved one to take action


Listen to interviews and discussions with families and experts

Extended Conversations

Learn new techniques, hear how others cope & what does and doesn’t work for them

Individual Consults

Talk privately with a knowledgeable, compassionate AiR coach

Customize Your Experience

Jump-start your AiR experience with one-on-one guidance

Treatment Guidance

Treatment can be confusing. Our experienced advice can guide the decision process

Ask questions of treatment experts

Search for the right treatment provider for your loved one and get expert advice


Reduce isolation and find support through the AiR community

Learn how others are coping

Connect with other members via confidential email


Look at yourself and your loved one in more constructive ways

Gain Perspective

Workbooks help you find more productive ways to interact and protect yourself

Valuable Resources

AiR provides an in-depth list of organizations & other valuable resources

Find the support you need

Locate the support services you need

Member Blogs

Post your thoughts and questions to a caring, informed community

Help Others

Your experiences can help other family members and let them know they are not alone

Questions Answered

Ask questions and get feedback from AiR's team of experts

Discussion moderated by experts

Apply lessons to your situation, reduce isolation, gain insight

Key Observations

Build a confidential dossier about you, your loved one, & your interactions

Understand habits & attitudes

Build awareness, create new habits, & change behavior

Track Progress

Graph & understand your patterns of worry, stress, & hopefulness

Chart your development

Helpful graphs show you your progress as you move through the AiR program

A Safe Space

The Sanctuary is a calm place to relax, reflect, & journal privately

Reduce Caregiver Stress

The AiR Sanctuary is filled with music, art, and affirmations designed just for you



You’re not alone. AiR is here to help.


From the AiR Blog

  • Allies in Recovery, Dominique Simon-Levine, dominique simon levine, AiR, recovery, Marijuana, pot, cannabis, relationship, financial support

He’s Been Smoking Pot Half His Young Life

If I had to characterize pot users in one sentence I would describe them as observers of their own life. This passivity cripples ambition and motivation. However, a strong relationship keeps the bridge open between you and your loved one, and this will be vital when they signal a desire to change.

  • AiR, Allies in Recovery, Dominique Simon-Levine, dominique simon levine, addiction, recovery, alcohol, opiates, relationships, fight, denial, Annie Highwater, Unhooked: a Mother's story of unhitching from the Rollercoaster of her son's addiction, fight, fighting, fights, fought

My Loved One is an Expert at Arguing (part 2)

Vitriol can be described as a solution-less rant of hate-filled criticism. A brand of sulfuric acid was named Vitriol, reason being that the acid was strong enough to burn through anything, including steel and rock. Another permanent boundary I now have: I will not remain in the presence of vitriol.

  • Allies in Recovery, AiR, Dominique Simon-Levine, dominique simon levine, addiction, recovery, alcohol, opiates, overdose, drugs, communication, danger, responsibility

Can We Protect Them From Overdose?

How do you keep from encouraging further drug use by raising the bottom and protecting your loved one from overdose? How as a family member do you live with the dangers your loved one is facing, day in and day out? How do you avoid depleting your energy and becoming obsessed with the circumstances of your loved one’s life?



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