Looking for help in Wilson, North Carolina?

by Samantha
(Wilson, North Carolina)

My husband has been addict for years. We have two daughters and one on the way.. I live in Wilson, North Carolina and am wondering if there is any meetings here in Wilson please contact me email me, I would appreciate it so much. Thank you.

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Go to all of these meetings if you can!
by: Debbie Wicker

Hello Samantha,

I recommend that you begin attending Al-anon meetings and Celebrate Recovery as soon as possible. You need to work the 12-steps so that you begin to better understand your husband's addiction and your reaction to it. You also need to find a female sponsor whose been where you're at and knows what you're experiencing.

Here is the information on meetings that you requested:

Monday's 7-8:00 PM, Acceptance Al-Anon Group,3732 Sunset Ave. Rocky Mount, NC

and

Primary Purpose Group of Wilson, Thursday 7-8:00 pm, 4150 Raleigh Road, Parkway West, Wilson, NC 27896

and

Celebrate Recovery at

The Cove Church 197 Langtree Rd Mooresville NC 28117

Tuesday Evening at:

6:30-7:00 pm Welcome, Readings, Music, Praise and Worship

7:00-7:30 pm Healing and Recovery Life Stories or Teachings

7:30-8:30 pm Gender-Specific Support Group Sessions


I would go to ALL of these meetings and begin to get the support you need to deal with this tragic problem for you, your husband and your children.

Good Luck,

Debbie Wicker

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