Mutual Aid groups

Mutual Aid Groups

 Mutual aid groups are self-help groups organisations where individuals facing similar challenges come together to support one another. These groups, like AA, operate on the principle of shared experiences and understanding members offer empathy, guidance, and accountability, creating a non-judgemental environment. Mutual aid extends beyond addiction, encompassing diverse issues such as mental health, grief, and chronic illness. These groups empower individuals through collective strength, fostering a sense of community and shared recovery.  

12 step-program

The 12-step program is a structured approach to addiction recovery, popularized by Alcoholics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous & Narcotics Anonymous. It emphasises spiritual principles, self-awareness, and mutual support. The steps guide individuals through a process of acknowledging powerlessness over addiction, seeking help, making amends, and maintaining spiritual growth. The program provides a framework for personal transformation and has been adapted for various addictions. 




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