Codependency and non-substance abuse recovery
Celebrate Recovery (Providence Road Church of Christ). A Christian 12 step program for people with any addiction or with hurts, habits, or hangups that get in the way of living life successfully. Meetings open with prayer but the rest of the meeting (type and issues addressed) are set by the needs of the members. They may address everything from drug and sex addiction to compulsive gambling. Please consult their national web site for details at http://www.celebraterecovery.com. Call the church office at 704-364-0748 Mon-Fri 9-5. http://www.prcoc.org/adults/recovery-groups (updated 3/6/2014) [report error]
CoDA (Co-Dependents Anonymous). This 12 step program is for people who wish to develop healthy relationships. It is an opportunity to share mutual emotional support in a non-judgmental setting with others who are travelling or who have travelled a similar path. It is not a substitute for therapy or counseling. Call Kathleen at 704-866-9373 any day 9am-5pm; leave a very clear message if you dont reach a human being. http://www.supportworks.org/coda (updated 1/17/2016) [report error]
Emotions Anonymous (EA). This friendly 12 step group meets weekly on Mondays from 7pm-8pm to gain better emotional health. They gather at Good Shepherd Presbyterian Church, 3307 Rea Road in Charlotte. They welcome new members warmly to help them feel that they fit in. Please be sure to call prior to attending a meeting ro the first time to confirm time and location. By the way, they are celebrating their 30th birthday on May 11. Call for more about EA at 704-351-2364 9am-9pm. (updated 6/4/2014) [report error]
LifeLine at Central Church of God (Dormant). A 12-step Christian program for people with any addiction issue including, in part, alcoholism, drug addiction, pornography, smoking, gambling, and relational co-dependency. Call the Life Care Center at 704-365-6112 Mon-Fri 9am-5pm. http://www.centralchurchofgod.org/event/?category=Life%20Care%20Center (updated 4/29/2014) [report error]
Promise Resource Network (formerly Mecklenburg's Promise). This community resource offers a variety of services for those with mental health and/or substance abuse issues. As of this moment, they sponsor support groups for the following: Aspergers, dual recovery (mental health / substance abuse), and a group for men and a group for women with mental health and/or substance abuse concerns. They are also enthusiastic about starting a new group given community need. Anyhow, how could anyone resist a recovery organization with a class named, "How Big is Your But?" Call the office at Meck Promise at 980-321-4021 Monday through Friday from 9am-4pm. http://www.meckpromise.com (updated 4/29/2014) [report error]
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