VAFCS' Narcotics Anonymous (NA) drop-in program is a vital resource for those seeking support in their journey of addiction recovery in a culturally safe environment. Held every Tuesday from 7-9 PM in the Theatre Room, the program is open to all Indigenous and Non-Indigenous Peoples who are struggling with addiction and looking for a community of support. The program follows the traditional 12-step approach of Narcotics Anonymous and provides a space for participants to share their experiences and support each other in their recovery journey.
Led by trained facilitators who are themselves in recovery, the drop-in program offers a welcoming and supportive environment for participants. It is a space where individuals can find healing and support, without judgement or stigma. The program is based on the belief that recovery is possible for anyone who is willing to take the steps towards healing and that no one should have to face addiction alone.
VAFCS' Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) drop-in program is a crucial resource for individuals looking for support in their journey towards addiction recovery. The program is held every Wednesday from 7-9 PM in the Theatre Room, providing a safe and culturally sensitive environment for participants.
AA is a fellowship of individuals who have struggled with alcohol addiction and come together to support each other in their recovery. The VAFCS' AA program offers a supportive space for individuals to connect, share experiences, and gain strength from one another. The group operates on the principle of anonymity, confidentiality, and mutual respect for everyone's unique journey.
The program is open to anyone in the community, and no referral or appointment is required. The group meetings follow the AA 12-step program, which provides a roadmap for overcoming addiction and rebuilding one's life. Members of the group can share their stories, ask for help, and receive support from others who have gone through similar experiences.
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