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Alcohol addiction is quite dangerous. It affects your immune system, liver, sex life, social life, as well as your overall health. If you are suffering from alcohol addition, joining the online alcohol support groups of Lionrock Recovery remains the ideal thing to do.

Lionrock Recovery is among the top online substance abuse counselling clinic across the nation. Through our online and private video counseling, we have helped a lot of young and adult patients overcome their alcohol addiction. Our group support sessions focus on daily structure and setting goals. With the guidance and support of our expert counselors, we will help you live an alcohol-free life.

What Do Alcohol Support Groups Do?

Alcohol support groups involve individuals or addicts coming together on a regular basis as a group in a community with the purpose of sharing their challenges and recoveries as they work together to maintain an alcohol-free life.

This support group is free and for everybody with any type of alcohol addiction, their meetings are formal, free, and confidential. People with alcohol addiction usually feel helpless and stigmatized which calls for a support group.

In an alcohol support group, you listen to stories of others in the group and learn from their experiences. The aim is to help you in understanding your situation better from these shared experiences, and strengthen your motivation more.

They also match new comers in the group, with someone who has been sober for a longer period for mentorship. Usually called the mentor or sponsor, he/she offers support for the person in any case of crisis. Examples of alcohol support groups are; Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), which is the oldest, and largest known support group for addicts, Narcotics Anonymous (NA), Cocaine Anonymous (CA) and many more.

In addition, there are other support groups, which are not for the addicts, but for the people, family, and friends affected by the addicts’ drinking problem. Witnessing a drinking problem often takes toll on some people, and these groups are good for them.

Why Should I Join Alcohol Support Groups?

It is always good to know that you are not alone in this world, and definitely not the only one fighting a drinking problem. Joining an alcohol support group after rehab is the best decision one could make to avoid relapse. The group is very important and unique as you get to meet like-minded people helping each other to get through this addiction.

These groups are very beneficial and you stand to gain a lot from them, some of the benefits of joining an alcohol support group are:

  • You gain from other people experiences.
  • Alcohol support groups prevent relapses.
  • You have new friends that you can reach out to in the event of any crisis.
  • You can speak about your fears, concerns without anyone judging you.
  • You get practical advice and coping skills from people who have been at that stage before.

Contact Us Today!

Joining a support group is the right step towards becoming sober. Contact us today at Lionrock Recovery to know more about our alcohol support groups. Our trusted team will be available to speak with you and provide suitable answers to your questions and concerns. You can always look forward to an amazing experience.

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