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The AddictionRecoverNow.net help line is a private and confidential solution for those seeking addiction treatment for themselves or a loved one.

Treatment advisors are available 24/7 to discuss your treatment options.

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Meetings are essential to your long term sobriety. Call us today to find out how we can help you find a local meeting being held at a convenient time for you.

Find Support with Addiction Recovery Now

Rather you’ve completed traditional treatment through an inpatient or outpatient rehab program or you’re pursuing recovery through non-traditional means, support group meetings are vital to long-term success. 

Alcoholics Anonymous and its sister association Narcotics Anonymous are great resources for support, education, and connection with other recovery-minded individuals. Access to our extensive directory makes it easy to find a meeting in your area.

Addiction Recovery Now is here to support your recovery journey. By providing resources for support beyond rehab, we aim to help fully commit to a sober, drug-free lifestyle. 

Our support group resources can connect you with nearby group sessions as early as the same day, so you can continue progress down your path.

Recovery Doesn’t End at Discharge

Don’t fall into the trap of believing that completing treatment is the end of the journey. Aftercare and continued treatment are vital to maintaining your recovery as priority. While your time in rehabilitative care builds the foundation for your new life, sustaining that forward momentum takes work. Finding a meeting in your area allows you to easily incorporate continued support and care into your daily life.

Attending support groups regularly helps you process daily stress and negative emotions that can build up and lead to relapse. Talking through difficult moments helps to keep the focus on recovery and reinforce the positive coping mechanisms you learn through therapy and life coaching. Bonding with other members of your support groups also eliminates feelings of solitude and loneliness.

Support groups are also great venues for empowering yourself and others. By working together as a community to network and create opportunities promotes teamwork, confidence, and creative problem solving! Think of your support group as a type of fraternity- you never know who is sitting in the seat next to you.

Ready to get help?
Call now to be connected with a compassionate treatment specialist.
Call us now (24/7)
(888) 642-9705

Fast Facts About Support Groups

One of the main causes of hesitation when it comes to attending support groups are the misconceptions of what it means to attend sessions. Often they are depicted as dreary and miserable, when that couldn’t be further from the truth. Here are some fast facts you should know about support groups:

  • Your privacy is protected. Group members are known only by their first names and it is your prerogative to reveal as much or as little identifiable information as you want.

  • Meetings are confidential, so you don’t need to worry about what you say getting back to anyone outside of your group.

  • Your support group peers likely have similar stories and experiences to yours. Listening to others and sharing your own gained wisdom helps everyone.

  • Groups can be fun! Outings to movies, activities, and events as a group helps keep you accountable while still being entertaining!

  • If a group doesn’t exist in your area, there are online resources to help you start your own. Don’t assume you’re alone; starting a support group in your area can be what inspires someone to begin their own journey.

Addiction Recovery Now goes beyond assisting with admission to traditional rehab programs. We are committed to providing resources and support in every step of your recovery process. Call us today to begin your path to sobriety.

Find Support with Addiction Recovery Now

Rather you’ve completed traditional treatment through an inpatient or outpatient rehab program or you’re pursuing recovery through non-traditional means, support group meetings are vital to long-term success. 

Alcoholics Anonymous and its sister association Narcotics Anonymous are great resources for support, education, and connection with other recovery-minded individuals. Access to our extensive directory makes it easy to find a meeting in your area.

Addiction Recovery Now is here to support your recovery journey. By providing resources for support beyond rehab, we aim to help fully commit to a sober, drug-free lifestyle. 

Our support group resources can connect you with nearby group sessions as early as the same day, so you can continue progress down your path.

Recovery Doesn’t End at Discharge

Don’t fall into the trap of believing that completing treatment is the end of the journey. Aftercare and continued treatment are vital to maintaining your recovery as priority. While your time in rehabilitative care builds the foundation for your new life, sustaining that forward momentum takes work. Finding a meeting in your area allows you to easily incorporate continued support and care into your daily life.

Attending support groups regularly helps you process daily stress and negative emotions that can build up and lead to relapse. Talking through difficult moments helps to keep the focus on recovery and reinforce the positive coping mechanisms you learn through therapy and life coaching. Bonding with other members of your support groups also eliminates feelings of solitude and loneliness.

Support groups are also great venues for empowering yourself and others. By working together as a community to network and create opportunities promotes teamwork, confidence, and creative problem solving! Think of your support group as a type of fraternity- you never know who is sitting in the seat next to you.

Ready to get help?
Call now to be connected with a compassionate treatment specialist.
Call us now (24/7)
(888) 642-9705

Fast Facts About Support Groups

One of the main causes of hesitation when it comes to attending support groups are the misconceptions of what it means to attend sessions. Often they are depicted as dreary and miserable, when that couldn’t be further from the truth. Here are some fast facts you should know about support groups:

  • Your privacy is protected. Group members are known only by their first names and it is your prerogative to reveal as much or as little identifiable information as you want.

  • Meetings are confidential, so you don’t need to worry about what you say getting back to anyone outside of your group.

  • Your support group peers likely have similar stories and experiences to yours. Listening to others and sharing your own gained wisdom helps everyone.

  • Groups can be fun! Outings to movies, activities, and events as a group helps keep you accountable while still being entertaining!

  • If a group doesn’t exist in your area, there are online resources to help you start your own. Don’t assume you’re alone; starting a support group in your area can be what inspires someone to begin their own journey.

Addiction Recovery Now goes beyond assisting with admission to traditional rehab programs. We are committed to providing resources and support in every step of your recovery process. Call us today to begin your path to sobriety.

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