Getting Help

Getting Help

There are lots of good resources around the world:


CODA
MHA

Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA) is a set of informal self-help groups made up of men and women with a common interest in working through the problems that co-dependency has caused in their lives. CoDA is based on AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and uses an adapted version of their Twelve Steps and Traditions as a central part of its suggested programme of recovery.

MHA; Co-dependency is a learned behavior that can be passed down from one generation to another. It is an emotional and behavioral condition that affects an individual’s ability to have a healthy, mutually satisfying relationship. It is also known as “relationship addiction” because people with co-dependency often form or maintain relationships that are one-sided, emotionally destructive and/or abusive.

Codependency Support Group; Codependency is defined as someone who exhibits too much, and often inappropriate, caring for another person’s struggles. A codependent person may try to change, or feel shame about their most private thoughts and feelings if they conflict with the other person’s struggles. If you are on a journey towards self-love, this support group is for you. Join us and find others who are going through the same.

Your Primary Care Physician/GP
When you’re ready to get help your primary care physician can help you find the right treatment to fit your needs. Your physician knows about your medical history and understands the best options for your recovery. A health provider can not only diagnose addiction, but can refer you to top-rated rehab facilities and walk you through the recovery process.

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