If you or someone you care about needs treatment for alcohol or other drug misuse,
you can access help through our partners at Laurelwood, part of Northeast Georgia Health System which provides inpatient and outpatient treatment or J’s Place Recovery Center which can help you explore treatment options.
J’s Place Recovery Center advocates for the recovery community and holds regular free meetings.
These meetings follow the 12-Step Tradition to provide fellowship for those who have a desire to stop drinking or using other drugs. When you attend AA, you are attending a group that is based upon helping people who struggle with alcoholism. NA focuses on helping people who struggle with all drugs, including alcohol.
ALL RECOVERY MEETINGS
Just what is “All Recovery”? A meeting of those in/seeking recovery, family members, and/or those who support the recovery lifestyle.
All Recovery Support Meetings are non-denominational based on the philosophy that people from every type of addiction have much in common and can benefit from sharing together. These meetings offer a place where people can share their addiction recovery experiences and how recovery has changed their life.”
“These meetings are open to everyone, regardless of the uniqueness of their pattern or patterns of addiction. It is a way for people in all types of recovery to come together and learn from each other. Also, family members and friends of a person in or seeking recovery are welcome as well as those still seeking recovery.”“These meetings offer support where people can share their addiction recovery experiences with an emphasis on the hope and healing for our recovery and how it has changed our live, regardless of the substance or behavior that is at the root of our addiction.We believe there are solutions to help us initiate and sustain our recovery lives. This is not a therapeutic process group. Our group focus is to have a conversation with each other and learn more about recovery from addiction. This group is for anyone who has suffered from addiction to a substance and/or has been affected by the symptoms and/or disease of addiction, which includes family and friends.Our goal is to achieve long-term recovery sharing what we have learned from many paths and diverse recovery-based programs. The all recovery groups meeting is for anyone practicing “ANY WAY” they see fit to recover.