Alcohol Addiction Center's mission is to provide information and resources for anyone struggling with an alcohol problem, either through a friend or family member, or with a problem of their own. Each situation is unique, and they strive to educate and inform people about alcoholism, or known by its clinical name, alcohol use disorder.
If you are interested to read more, visit: alcoholaddictioncenter.org
Alcoholics Anonymous Called the “12 and 12” in AA, this is the best available source for someone wishing to understand the traditions and steps more completely. The book includes heartfelt stories and vignettes illustrating the points made in the text.
An excellent and practical book for people in the process of healing from addiction. It is in workbook form and provides structured exercises to help recovering people integrate the twelve steps into their lives.
This text takes techniques used by thousands of people recovering from sex addiction and shows in a step-by-step manner how to break free of this disease and live a healthier, more fulfilling life. Each chapter provides practical exercises designed to address topics like dealing with the power of denial, facing the consequences of behaviour, using recovery principles, how to respond to change and crisis, and how to manage life without dysfunctional behaviour.
Is someone else's problem your problem? If, like so many others, you've lost sight of your own life in the drama of tending to someone else's, you may be codependent--and you may find yourself in this book--Codependent No More.
The healing touchstone of millions, this modern classic by one of America's best-loved and most inspirational authors holds the key to understanding codependency and to unlocking its stultifying hold on your life
An official publication of The Debtors Anonymous 12-Step Fellowship, this book describes the basics of the Debtors Anonymous Recovery Program. It includes success stories of D.A. members and offers experience, strength, and hope to help other compulsive debtors and all those who want to stop incurring unsecured debt.
1999, General Service Board of Trustees, Inc.
This is Bill Lee’s story of his gambling addiction, which is set in San Francisco ’s China Town and steeped in a culture where it is not unheard of for gamblers to lose their children to a bet. With gritty honesty and true humility, Lee describes what gambling addiction feels like and looks like from the inside and tells the story of the gambling binge that brought him to financial ruin. In the end, however, Born to Lose is a memoir of hope as Lee reveals how recovery from his gambling addiction has been possible through the Twelve-Step Program.
WE CARE Community Services invites you and your fiends to come and be part of a unique and fun-filled team challenge across some of Singapore's iconic locations - and all for an excellent cause. Your participation in this urban adventure will help WE CARE raise funds to support families and those affected by drugs, alcohol, and other compulsive behaviors like gambling, gaming and shopping. This year's theme is 'Art-in-motion'. Bring your team spirit. Clear exciting art-based challenges to win points. Finish on time.
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Family & Friends Support Group *new*
WE CARE is starting a new ongoing support group called “Family and Friends Support Group”. This ongoing weekly group is conducted by WE CARE counsellors. It is meant for spouses, lovers, parent, lovers , children or friends affected by an addicted loved one.
"Family & Friends" teaches effective strategies for self care and coping with addiction. The support group focuses on changing the way you interact with the addicted loved one. "Family & Friends" is based on the CRAFT Model & SMART Recovery tools. We will touch on important topics that family members tend to experience, like
The goals for "Family & Friends" are
"Family & Friends" is scheduled on every Thursday, 7pm to 830pm, at WE CARE. The first session will start on 16 August 2018. This will replace the FREE workshop wef now.
If you are an affected family member or friend and you wish to attend "Family & Friends", contact Alex (6547 5459 or firstname.lastname@example.org) to register.
SMART stands for Self-Management & Recovery Training. Participants learn tools for addiction recovery based on the latest scientific research and participate in a world-wide community which includes free, self-empowering, science-based mutual help groups. All facilitators are registered SMART Recovery Facilitators.
SMART Recovery Details
Day: Every Thursday
Timing: 300pm to 430pm
Venue: WE CARE, 11 Jalan Ubi
SMART is an ongoing closed group & is catered for individuals with a history of addictions. Interested participants are required to undergo a clinical intake before attending SMART Recovery.
If interested, please email to email@example.com