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Support Groups in Fort Wayne, IN
1.Muscular Dystrophy Association
3458 Stellhorn Rd
Support GroupsFund Raising Service
2.Fort Wayne Eating Disorder Support Group
UNIVERSITY Of Saint Francis
Counseling ServicesSupport GroupsEating Disorders Information & TreatmentMental Health Services
3.Erin's House for Grieving
Erin S House 3811 Illinois Rd
Social Service OrganizationsYouth Organizations & CentersCommunity OrganizationsSupport Groups
2118 Inwood Dr
Alcoholism Information & Treatment CentersSupport Groups
Had a great experience with this group I think that Brett is just a cry baby you certainly have to come with an open mind and an open heart if you don't then you'll just be another critical person in the world is full of critical people whiny critical people
I've been attending Emotions Anonymous for 15 years now. I found it accidentally while doing some research on other 12-step groups in my professional life. I personally haven't used any illegal substances or alcohol for over 26 yrs, but I still have emotional maladies. I have seen so many of my friends over the years struggling with such tragedy that it was too much for them, they either relapsed, and/or took their own lives. I haven't drank alcohol or used illegal drugs for over 26 years myself, but I have had moments of suicidal sadness, and/or homicidal rage. Emotions Anonymous is the one of the few things that has created a medicinal balance for irrational thinking due to my uncontrollable emotions. It has literally become, a life saver. I use this program as both a personal experience and professional reference. I have been a Mental Health Therapist, Secondary High School Teacher, and TASK Officer during these years of my active recovery, and it was Emotions Anonymous that helped me reach these, thought to be, unattainable goals. There's a stigma that has developed in 12-step meeting attendance. Many of us have been struggling with such fears in making changes, or trying something new, even if it meant saving our own lives. Here's a quote that has helped me come to a better understanding of this stigma. "There is a principle which is a bar against all information, which is proof against all arguments and which can not fail to keep a man in everlasting ignorance-that principle is contempt prior to investigation." HERBERT SPENCER
Support GroupsCounseling Services
Counseling ServicesSupport Groups
9.Food Addicts Anonymous
Eating Disorders Information & TreatmentSupport GroupsCounseling Services
10.Drug Addicts Anonymous
Drug Abuse & Addiction CentersSupport Groups
new to na /aa 60 days clean,going thru tough time today.went to na in monroe at salvation army 7:00big mistake . i drink drug all kinds, never mention aa in that meeting even if you are hurting because the only two membersthere think the walk on water!!!!! my lord i no they don't
Smokers Information & Treatment CentersSupport Groups
I had tried to quit many times over the years with little success. I would get some time away from it and then allow myself to think I could do it again and control it this time. It is an addiction and I have no control. I would be right back to the same amount per day or more. I finally found success with Nicotine Anonymous by allowing myself to accept help from the support group. I am so grateful to this program for helping me see why I used in the first place and learning to be happy.
Gambling Addiction-Information & TreatmentSupport Groups
G.A. was the WORST experience I ever had! I NEVER met so many RUDE and HATEFUL people in my WHOLE 49 years! I'm NEVER going back! Of course, my experience was in South Dakota, NOT California!
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