Chapters And Meetings
The recovery process is all about the support you have. Going at recovery alone is going to make your journey much harder than it needs to be. Instead of trying to figure out your own way, going to meetings allows you to connect with others who have been in your shoes and made it through life successfully while sober since then. Additionally, Merito’s Christian addiction facilities get you started on the 12-step programs which will be greatly helpful after rehab itself.
Drug Addicts Have Narcotics Anonymous
If your battle has been with drugs, you should try going to a meeting at Narcotics Anonymous. They can help you learn additional tools to keep yourself sober, and they can be there to teach you lessons that only other addicts can teach you, not necessarily someone at rehab.
Alcohol Addicts Have Alcoholics Anonymous
For those with alcohol as their substance of choice, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings are a great way to have the support you need to make it through. You can talk with others who have been in your shoes, and you can learn from their successes and mistakes. Go to a local AA meeting today and see how they can help you stay sober.
Family Members Can Turn to Al-Anon
When you are trying to help someone with an addiction, then you need to know how to be the greatest help to them. This often means speaking with counselors and therapists to help you know how to keep your life stable while still being able to help your loved one. Give a meeting in your local area a try and see how they can help you.