recovery from addiction

Recovery from addiction

Important: In most self-help groups Dutch is spoken. English spoken groups are displayed in red. Detail information is available, by clicking on this group.
In the past few years more and more people have initiated and started English spoken groups. There are some English spoken groups for Recovery from Addiction. Feel free to get in contact with the Support Network Foundation if you are in need for a support group or if you want to start a support group.

Groups for people with an alcohol-related addiction.
There are English spoken meetings held at Pastoriestraat 147 Eindhoven.
The meetings are open, you’re invited to join:
Wednesday evening 6:30 pm – 7:30 pm, Welcome AA meeting
– Fridays 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm: Friday Night Live (International)
click here for more information

– Sundays 11:00 am – 0:30 pm: AA Big book study

Groups for people with a drugs-related addiction.
There is a English spoken meeting held at Wijkcentrum De Dommel (Bennekelstraat 131, Eindhoven).
The meeting is open, you’re invited to join:
– Tuesdays 7:30 pm – 9:00 pm

Eating disorder
Groups for people with an addiction related to an eating disorder

A.G.O.G. (Foundation of anonymous gamblers and those around gamblers)  Eindhoven and surroundings.
For gambling addicts and for anyone who has a relation with a gambler (partner, parents and other family members) in Eindhoven and its surroundings.

C.G.A.A. (compulsive gaming addicts anonymous)
For gambling addicts who want to work on their recovery

Norwoodgroup (relationship addiction group for women)
For women who depend too much emotionally on others; who invest too much in love.

Parents of children with an addiction (Helmond and Bakel)
For parents with an addicted child.

S.L.A.A.(Sex and/or love addicts)
For people who desire to break with a sexual behavioral pattern and/or are addicted to love in which relations or sexual activities have become increasingly destructive, affecting their careers, family life and self-esteem.

Support Work
Monitoring the recovery process from an addiction/dual diagnosis