Like with any other problem in life, it can help someone to talk to others who know where they are coming from and what they’re going through. A person will find there are many different self-help opiate addiction support groups for people grappling with substance abuse and trying to maintain their recovery. Most of these groups are available free of charge, some of them have an optional pass-the-basket donation to help defray costs such as renting a location and paying for the costs of offering the group.
What types of addiction support groups are there?
There is no one way or “right” treatment for someone struggling with drug addiction. This means that a person and any addiction specialist a person may be working with can and should use different types of treatment methods to ensure they can recover. After all, every person is different so each journey to recovery will be too. It’s important to explore different opiate addiction support groups after leaving treatment, because a person needs to find one to make them feel welcomed and comfortable. Some people find Narcotics Anonymous or NA works well for them, while others may join a support group sponsored through their opiate addiction treatment center or church. Finding the right support group gives someone an outlet to share their issues without fear of being met with judgement or misunderstood.
How Can We Help You?
Our opiate addiction program offers unwavering support, no judgments, no scorn and no ridicule. It’s our firm belief that in order to help someone struggling with recovery, we must show compassion, support and understanding. If you’ve just left treatment and wish to explore addiction support groups, we can help with that. Please contact our program today to discuss your needs and to let us find an opiate addiction support group that’s the perfect fit for you.