When recovering from an addiction, it is important to remember that it is an on-going process and it can be difficult. Your chances of success are much greater if you are not going through the process alone. Attending meetings can enable you to share your experiences with those who have been through something similar. Alternatively, you can listen to the stories of others to help you feel less alone. There are many organisations who provide meetings for those who are recovering from addiction, some of them are listed below:
Narcotics Anonymous – Proving support meetings in London and across the UK for those who are recovering from addiction. Call on 0300 999 1212 or visit their website.
Alcoholics Anonymous – Meetings are available across the UK. Call them on 0845 769 7555 or visit their website.
Drug Addicts Anonymous – Providing support for those who have recovered from addiction. Support is available in a number of locations across the UK, visit their website for details.
Marijuana Anonymous – Support group for those who wish to recover from marijuana addiction. Meetings are available in several locations across London, as well as in Brighton.
Families Anonymous – Being close to someone who is an addict can be tough. Share your experiences and receive support from others in a similar position. Meetings are available across the UK, visit their website for more details.
Cocaine Anonymous – Meetings are available across the UK. Visit their website for more details.
Smart Recovery – Self-help meetings that use a secular and scientific approach to recovery
If you are aware of a self-help meeting group that you feel should be on this list, please get in touch using our contact form or call us on 01923 369 161.