Upcoming Events

Children's Program

Nov 19-22
This program made possible by Allen Wright and Chet Collier

Children's Program

Dec 3-6
This program made possible by Tom Hughes, Keith & Ashley Nettleton and Matthew Atyia

Children's Program

Dec 17-20
This program made possible by Steve and Leslie Ives, Rick Metheny and Aaron Owen


Who We Are

Peaceful Family Solutions is a nonprofit agency founded to break the cycle of addiction in families. This starts one child at a time and one family at a time.
Genetics play a role in addiction and children exposed to adverse childhood experiences are much more likely than other children to experiment with and abuse mood-altering chemicals.
The Peaceful Family Solutions Children’s Program seeks to help children of addicts heal, using proven strategies that teach children to play their way to understanding and health.

What We Do

PFS provides free programs year-round to children ages 7-12 and their guardians. PFS offers the only peer-to-peer program in Oklahoma specifically designed to help children affected by addiction in their families. Through education and celebrating the voices and feelings of children, we help break the cycle of addiction and fosters healing and prevention.
PFS also provides a free continuing care group that allows the children and parents or guardians to reunite weekly after the four-day program and continue to develop healthy coping skills.

What's Different

PFS focuses and builds upon children's strengths and deepens their resilience. Participating with peers makes them realize they are not alone, it is not their fault and they are not to blame. PFS provides a safe and age-appropriate environment for children to explore and express their anger, fear, hurt, guilt and shame.
PFS curriculum was developed by the US Department of Health and Human Services and is offered in Hazeldon Betty Ford Clinics in Dallas, Los Angeles and Denver.
Best of all, PFS programs are offered FREE of charge, with the generous support of our donors and sponsors.

We believe children deserve...

The right to their own recovery and healing.

To be treated with dignity, respect, value and worth.

To be listened to and heard.

The opportunity to be kids.