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Addiction ResourcesIf you’re looking for addiction recovery resources in Mississippi, there are plenty to choose from.

Many people think they can overcome addiction on their own, but the truth is that addiction is a mental disease, and it’s nearly impossible to fight against alone. Woodland Recovery Center offers an addiction recovery center ready to assist you in the journey toward sobriety.

These addiction recovery resources and behavioral health resources in Mississippi are ready to help you get your life back. Don’t wait until it’s too late. The sooner you seek treatment for drug or alcohol addiction, the better your chances at sobriety can be.

Our Addiction Recovery Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous of Memphis

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international fellowship of men and women who have experienced a drinking problem and share their experience, strength, and hope with each other to stay sober and help others achieve sobriety. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. There are no dues or fees for AA membership. The organization is self-supporting through donations and is not allied with any sect, denomination, political party, or organization.

Rethinking Drinking

Self-help strategies to cope with alcohol cravings and build alcohol refusal skills. From the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism.

Online support for families and loved ones of people addicted to heroin, Oxycontin, or other drugs. Includes FAQ on treating opiate addiction, an online community forum, and a section on realistic expectations for treatment.

Narcotics Anonymous of Mississippi

Narcotics Anonymous of West Tennessee

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is a nonprofit fellowship of men and women for whom drugs have become a major problem. NA is open to all drug-addicted individuals regardless of the particular drug or combination of drugs used.

Nar-Anon Family Groups:

Worldwide fellowship for those affected by someone else’s addiction. Online community forums on recovery, friendship, and grieving the loss of an addicted loved one. State meeting locator: Nar-Anon’s 12-step program of recovery is adapted from Narcotics Anonymous.

Adult Children of Alcoholics

A 12-step program for people who grew up in alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes. Meetings are held in a mutually respectful, safe environment and acknowledge shared experiences.

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence

24-Hour Hope Line: 1-800-NCA-CALL (800-622-2255)

This nonprofit offers a range of services for recovery, including help for individuals and family members and guidelines for keeping kids alcohol and drug-free. The organization operates a toll-free hotline for information on available services, costs, and how to deal with another person’s alcohol and/or drug use.

Mississippi Al-Anon Family Groups

Fellowship for families and friends of individuals with alcohol addiction. Al-Anon and Alateen members share their own experiences, strengths, and hopes with each other. “We come together to learn a better way of life, to find happiness whether the alcoholic is still drinking or not.”

Celebrate Recovery

Developed by Saddleback Church in 1990, Celebration Recovery is a biblically-based, Christ-centered program designed to help those struggling with hurts, addiction, and other self-destructive habits and hang-ups. Celebrate Recovery has served more than 700,000 people in 17,000 churches worldwide.

SMART Recovery®

The leading secular alternative to 12-step programs. SMART Recovery® emphasizes self-empowerment and provides peer support and addiction recovery tools based on science, such as the Community Reinforcement Approach & Family Training (CRAFT) method. Virtual (online) and in-person support meetings.

LifeRing Secular Recovery

LifeRing sponsors face-to-face groups and online connections to chat rooms, discussion forums, blogs, and links to sources of information related to recovery.

Women for Sobriety

The first national self-help program for women with alcohol issues. Women for Sobriety is secular and based on a new life program of positivity that encourages emotional and spiritual growth. Active online community and in-person mutual aid groups are held in women’s centers, hospitals, and other locations.

Families Anonymous

A 12-step fellowship for those with relatives and friends who have drug, alcohol, or behavioral issues. More than 500 Families Anonymous meetings are held each week in the U.S. and abroad. E-meetings are also available.

Faces & Voices of Recovery:

A national advocacy movement to mobilize people in recovery from all walks of life—and their families, friends, and allies. Inspiring stories and research trends showing the individual and societal benefits of long-term recovery.

Recovering Couples Anonymous

Fellowship of couples working to restore their relationships after addiction. Founded in 1988, Recovering Couples has online and in-person meetings.

Partnership at Drug-Free

A wealth of information on helping addicted teens and preventing substance use. Includes a free parent toolkit, a toll-free parent helpline, a grandparents’ guide, and tips on how to intervene and have effective conversations with your child.

The 20 Minute Guide

Empowers and trains parents to help their addicted children using a non-confrontational approach known as CRAFT (Community Reinforcement and Family Training). This intervention is designed to keep parents involved in a positive, ongoing way while also taking care of themselves.

Double Trouble in Recovery

12-step fellowship of men and women with co-occurring addiction and mental health disorders. Free downloads and educational materials.

Reach out to Woodland Recovery Center today by calling us at 662.222.2989 today to learn more.