road to recovery can be long and trying. Having dual diagnosis/complex needs can be a struggle. However, Dual Diagnosis Anonymous can help you face every challenge with hope, determination and positivity.
Our organisation is composed of compassionate individuals, who have shared experience of dual diagnosis. We are run by peers and we support each other. DDA takes a non judgemental approach in everything we do - so we offer a 'safe space' for our members to share their experiences, struggles, strengths, weaknesses, hopes and fears.
know how difficult it can be for people who continue to suffer from the effects
of dual diagnosis. It is our goal to offer hope and support so everyone can
achieve the promise of recovery. Through the American ‘12 Step + 5’ recovery
programme, as well as our workshops, meetings and social events, we help you find the right path
so you can leave the past behind and face the future with hope and strength.
We have more than twenty years of experience. Count on us to always care for the
people who turn to us and treat them with compassion, empathy and respect.
Contact us today to learn more about what we do.
We run 6 meetings a week in West London (but hope to expand across London and the UK). Our meetings last one hour and are free to attend. You do not have to share (talk) in the meeting if you do not want to. We make all our attendees feel welcome at all meetings. You do not have to be referred, you can just turn up on the day and we will make you a tea or coffee too.
Dual Diagnosis Anonymous our services are not just limited to those who are
struggling with dual disorders. We also welcome and extend our help to their
families and friends, as well as health care
providers and other interested parties.