SHARE! Culver City: Mondays @ 6:00PM
As OA’s responsibility pledge states: “Always to extend the hand and heart of OA to all who share my compulsion; for this I am responsible.
OVEREATERS ANONYMOUS – EIGHT TOOLS OF RECOVERY Continue reading
|There are three parts to the Recovery International Method:
1. Attending Recovery International meetings and giving four-part examples.
WRAP® has been developed by a group of people who experience mental health challenges. These people learned that they can identify what makes them well, and then use their own Wellness Tools to relieve difficult feelings and maintain wellness. The result has been recovery and long-term stability. Your WRAP® program is designed by you in practical, day-to-day terms, and holds the key to getting and staying well. It does not necessarily replace traditional treatments, but can be used as a compliment to any other treatment options you have chosen.
The primary purpose of A.A. is to carry its message of recovery to the alcoholic seeking help. Almost every alcoholism treatment tries to help the alcoholic maintain sobriety. Regardless of the road we follow, we all head for the same destination, recovery of the alcoholic person. Together, we can do what none of us could accomplish alone. We can serve as a source of personal experience and be an ongoing support system for recovering alcoholics.
Is A.A. For You? Twelve questions only you can answer
Sexual Compulsives Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other, that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from sexual compulsion. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop having compulsive sex. There are no dues or fees for SCA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions. SCA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization, or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Continue reading
As with all alcohol and recovery groups the most important topic is total abstinence from mood altering substances as well as taking medication as prescribed. The essence of Dual Diagnosis Recovery is to address both illnesses at the same time.
(I suppose these can all include simpler sub topics. ) Continue reading