Help is here for all heroin addicts who wish to recover!
Did you know there was such a thing as Heroin Anonymous (H.A.)? Many people I have spoken with have never heard of it either. I am happy to say that H.A. does exist and New Hampshire has 11 cities that regularly hold H.A. meetings for recovering heroin addicts helping each other stay sober. H.A. is a non-profit fellowship of men and women who have found a solution to heroin addiction by completely abstaining from all drugs and alcohol. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop suffering from heroin addiction. There are no dues or fees for H.A. membership. Their primary purpose is to stay sober and help other heroin addicts to achieve sobriety. They do not provide drug counselling, medical or psychiatric treatment, chemical dependency treatment, or therapy of any form. Although a separate entity, the H.A. program of recovery applies the Twelve Steps which have been adapted from the Alcoholics Anonymous program originally developed in 1935. In the H.A. Fellowship, you will see one heroin addict helping another, freely passing on their experience, strength, and hope to the next person who is desperately searching for an answer to their own heroin addiction.
To learn more about Heroin Anonymous, please go to: http://www.heroinanonymous.org/
Posted by: Angela Whiting, North Hampton, NH.