We are an alcohol and drug rehab near Kingman, Arizona, so we know the need for Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Al-anon, Alateen and SMART meetings in the area.
Kingman, Arizona Drug and Alcohol Rehab
“Springboard changed my life. I came in completely broken, now I can smile and laugh again. I am leaving here a new woman, with the tools and skills I need to resist my addiction.”
There are many meetings available, so we’ve put lists together.
These meetings are free. We are not affiliated with these programs.
What is Alcoholics Anonymous?
Alcoholics Anonymous was founded in 1935. The two men who founded this now global community both struggled with alcohol addiction. They realized the vital effect that peer support had on achieving and maintaining sobriety.
Today, AA has helped millions of people worldwide.
What is Narcotics Anonymous?
Narcotics Anonymous, or NA, was founded in 1953. NA is a global organization that holds meetings daily to help support those recovering from an addiction to drugs and alcohol.
NA considers alcohol a drug, and alcoholics can participate in NA meetings.
What is SMART Recovery?
SMART Recovery stands for Self-Management and Recovery Training. These meetings are not like the AA or NA 12-Step programs. SMART Recovery has both face-to-face and daily meetings available online.
What are Al-Anon and Alateen?
Al-Anon is an organization whose members have family or friends struggling with an addiction to alcohol.
Meetings are available to help learn from others who are experiencing similar situations.
Alateen is a peer support group for teens affected by a loved ones’ alcohol addiction.
These meetings are designed for members to share stories of strength and hope and offer encouragement.
FREE ADDICTION RECOVERY RESOURCES IN Kingman, Arizona
Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous are just two of the organizations that offer support group meetings. SMART Recovery is another option people have available to them. They are not 12-Step-oriented at all; theirs is more of a scientific approach to recovery.
Families can also get the help and support they need from attending Al-Anon and Alateen meetings. Many of them are also 12-Step based.
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