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      I have been trying to find out online but struggling. Are there any physical support groups? Eg something similar to AA, CA etc. Whilst the online forums are helpful I feel like I need some in person support with people who understand. Thanks in advance

    • #131483
      Bananaboat
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      I think the freedom programme might do, it said on their website the other day to insert town/postcode to check for local groups, looked like they did virtual ones too but I’ve not used either to know what they’re like.

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      gettingtired
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      Hey, I’m looking for the same as I’d like to join a support group in person. It might be worth seeing if your local domestic abuse service offer this but I’m unsure whether or not the pandemic has affected meetings in person, they may be taking place via zoom currently. There’s CODA (co-dependents anonymous) which has a list of locations and meetings on their website x

    • #131488
      Eyesopening
      Participant

      If you get in touch with you local DA organization they can tell you what is happening locally.
      I was told about a bi-weekly group that meet near me.
      Then they can also tell you about local Freedom Programs.

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