If you or a loved one is struggling with alcohol or drug addiction, you can reach out to us and rely on us to guide you through the process of recovery. We will help you find all the right resources available.
We are not funded by any private rehabilitation centre or treatment service provider, so we don’t take sides on treatment options and facilities.
We will remain completely neutral and unbiased with our opinion. We just provide you all the information in the language and manner you would find most helpful and then the decision from there is yours.
We are a Non-Profit Foundation, our services are completely free.
Please call or email now to take that first step to overcoming your addiction.
All the calls and consultations are kept private and confidential.
An intervention is a structured conversation between loved ones and an addict, often supervised by an intervention specialist.
“Successful interventions can help an addict’s loved ones express their feelings constructively.”
Counseling and therapy for addiction, including descriptions of the techniques that certified therapists use to help you and your family member to get on track with recovery.
Recovery means living a life that is no longer impacted by old trauma and pain… Recovery can mean different things to different people but the core message seems entrenched in a sense of self control and self improvement.
Resources for family?
We help families get through this tough time as much as we help the person directly involved with the substance.
More so we can even help families tap into some of the government programs and funding to get through this without breaking the family savings and budgets.
A GREAT PARADOX
These legacies of suffering and of recovery are easily passed among alcoholics, one to the other. This is our gift from God, and its bestowal upon others like us is the one aim that today animates A.A.'s all around the globe.
TWELVE STEPS AND TWELVE TRADITIONS
The great paradox of A.A. is that I know I cannot keep the precious gift of sobriety unless I give it away. My primary purpose is to stay sober. In A.A. I have no other goal, and the importance of this is a matter of life or death for me. If I veer from this purpose I lose. But A.A. is not only for me; it is for the alcoholic who still suffers. The legions of recovering alcoholics stay sober by sharing with fellow alcoholics. The way to my recovery is to show others in A.A. that when I share with them, we both grow in the grace of the Higher Power, and both of us are on the road to a happy destiny.
Women in our community
Our Primary objective is to take the stress out of finding the right resources and help needed by you or your loved ones.
We are not here to make profit off of you.
We understand what you are going through, we ourselves have gone through the same and came through the other end of the tunnel…
We Understand, BeCoz We Care.
We Care BeCoz not long ago, we were there, in your chair.
Sometimes reading articles and listening to the audio files is just not enough.
Sometimes all we really want is to have a direct conversation with another human.
If you are at that stage and have a burning desire to drink or use, please give us a call.
We will connect you with one of our members who used to be in your position. We understand how you feel, just give us a call and let’s chat.
Real Recovery Stories
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