Alcoholics Anonymous Thailand
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings in Thailand and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) meetings in Thailand. Your help is needed and appreciated, please read more…..
Alcoholics Anonymous Thailand
There are many NA meetings in Thailand and AA meetings in Thailand all over the country, there are also annual conventions to attend that make a vacation or holiday safer and more fun for recovering people.
Hope Rehab Center Thailand hosts an H & I meeting (Hospitals and Institutions) every Wednesday at 6pm and extends a welcome to anyone in recovery who can share their experience, strength and hope with newcomers. This is a great way to do some service and step twelve work, by inspiring people suffering from addiction and alcoholism into recovery. So if you are travelling through or plan on settling down here in Thailand please call and arrange to visit us one Wednesday. You will be treated like one of the family and invited to eat with us after the meeting and if there is a room available then you may also be able to sleep over.
Please see the websites below for more detailed information on AA meetings in Thailand and NA meetings in Thailand.
Alcoholics Anonymous Thailand and Narcotics Anonymous Thailand
We have had Alcoholics anonymous meetings in Thailand for over 50 years, particularly after the Vietnam War when the US soldiers were stationed here and others returned to settle down here later. There are some great venues to attend and communities of recovering people to meet.
Narcotics Anonymous Thailand
Also we have had Narcotics anonymous meetings in Thailand for over 20 years now and these meetings have made a real difference to the lives of not only suffering addicts who live here, but also travelling addicts who are in recovery.
Hope rehab center Thailand was founded by Simon Mott and his partner Alon Kumsawad who have been providing addiction treatment in Thailand over the last 4 years in high quality rehab centers. Hope is a smaller boutique style Rehab that is situated in the lovely coastal town of Sriracha, a very interesting place to visit.
Alcoholics anonymous meetings in Thailand and Narcotics anonymous meetings in Thailand include many different formats, big book meetings, guest speaker meetings and step meetings, they often last about one hour.
AA is a programme that offers support to those who wish to escape the prison of alcohol addiction. It has gained worldwide acceptance and is one of the most popular self-help options for overcoming addiction. The umbrella non-profit authorises local chapters that are located in over 180 countries around the world. AA is most famous for its recovery philosophy that is embodied in a 12-step program.
NA is a non-profit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a problem. This is a program of complete abstinence and there is only one requirement for membership, the desire to stop using. The programme is comprised of a number of principles that are written in a simple way so anyone can follow them in their daily lives.
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