Family Education Night

Every Tuesday @ 5 pm (PST)
Zoom Meeting

Do you have a loved one affected by the disease of addiction?

Dr. Patrick Lockwood
COO & Licensed Clinical
Psychologist (PSY29866)

Hosted by Oak Forest Recovery’s chief operating officer, Dr. Patrick Lockwood, family education night is a weekly online meeting designed to help people who have a loved one struggling with addiction to get some actual relief. It’s not a therapy session, you don’t have to sign any consent forms – we just want you to feel understood and gain some clarity on what the treatment process looks like.
Together, we’ll discuss topics ranging from addiction and mental health to treatment options and how to navigate crises.

Family Support Group

Last Tuesday of Every Month @ 6 pm (PST)
5655 Lindero Canyon Rd. Suite 425 Westlake Village

Join the Oak Forest Family Support Group.

Jerry Spates
Outreach & Family Support

Oak Forest Recovery invites you to a special evening of support, dinner, and fellowship at our Family Support Group. Led by Shawn Skelton, Jerry Spates, and Alina Serrao, this inclusive group offers a safe space for parents, family members, and loved ones who are affected by addiction to share tools and experiences.
The Family Support Group meets on the last Tuesday of each month, providing a regular opportunity for connection and support. What can you expect at the group? Delicious food and community time with the Oak Forest team and other family members who understand the challenges of addiction.

Bonfire Meeting

Every Thursday @ OFR Compound
Dinner @ 6:30 pm / Meeting @ 7:00 pm (PST)

Community, connection, and recovery.

The Oak Forest Bonfire Meeting is both an open 12-step meeting for the community, as well as for alumni of the treatment program. There is dinner provided before the meeting along with yard games and live music. Guests are encouraged to come early for fellowship and community. There is a different speaker each week, and sobriety milestones and anniversaries are recognized!