You may be wondering if Confidant Health is right for you and how it differs from other addiction services you have heard more about.
Confidant is a virtual environment for positive behavior change. That means we offer a range of one-on-one clinical and therapeutic services to support you in reaching your goals around drugs and alcohol, as well as improving your quality of life. Some people use our services in conjunction with other support services, like AA, while others do not.
What is AA?
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an international mutual aid fellowship designed to help all members stay sober. The AA program consists of weekly meetings that anyone can attend. During these meetings, you have an opportunity to share your personal story and get support from others in similar situations.
AA follows the 12-step program for recovery and offers members a safe space for building a community or connecting with sponsors to hold them accountable. Some AA chapters also have a strong religious (typically Christian) focus. AA is free for all and is always in a group setting. AA is not a medical intervention, but has been useful for millions of people to achieve and maintain sobriety from alcohol.