Getting help can be a struggle; however, there are people and groups out there that want to help you and see you succeed. With the help of different resources at Haymarket Center, you can achieve your goals and get the help you need. All of our self-help groups provide a safe, inviting place to discuss challenges with others.
According to the Alcoholics Anonymous website, “Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere.” Membership is open to any individual who would like to do something about their drinking problem. AA uses a Twelve Step program to help you live a better life and has helped thousands of men and women break the cycle of alcoholism -- as well as other addictions.
Haymarket Center offers multiple self-help groups: Mens Big Book Study is a place where men can learn about the twelve steps and the principles of the alcoholics anonymous program. Dual Disorders Anonymous is designed to address how addictions and mental health issues can interact with each other while needing to be taken care of simultaneously.
Similar to AA, narcotics anonymous helps those who have been battling an addiction to drugs.
HCV Support Group
This meets every 3rd Wednesday and is an open group for individuals living with Hepatitis C.
Haymarket provides alumni groups, especially for individuals using medication assisted treatment.
Haymarket provides one of only two such groups in Chicago for individuals who have faced human trafficking or prostitution.
If you’re looking for support with your addiction, and don’t know where to start, Haymarket Center can help you find what you need. Whether it’s participating in one of our self-help groups, or pointing you towards a different group, we can make the journey easier. Visit our website today to learn more about the services we offer, our convenient locations, and how we can help you.You can find a wide array of self-help resources including: Families Anonymous, Gamblers Anonymous, suicide prevention and much more