Get help by reading, or listening to books
Get help by participating in community groups
- Celebrate Recovery (CR) is a faith-based group helping people with “hurts, hangups, and habits.” This is not only for those recovering from substance abuse or addiction.
- Al-Anon is for family members of those with addictions. They offer eduction for families otherwise unaware of how they enable the addiction.
- Depression Bipolar Support Alliance (DBSA) is for families and individuals. Those who struggle with depression, isolation, and mood disorders get support.
- Support groups from NAMI (National Alliance on Mental Illness)
- Church groups
Get help by attending events
Here’s one of two steps you can take now:
- Sign up to get the first three chapters (for free) of Beyond Messy Relationships: Divine Invitations To Your Authentic Self.
- Sign up for “The Beyond Messy Experience” and mark your calendar for September 10th.