A Survivor is Not Primarily an Addict.
Various 12-Step groups are all over the map, covering alcoholism and almost every other type of unhealthy addiction. However, the Survivor has special needs for peer support because they were victimized before any, if any, addiction started. The needs of the Survivor, versus the addict, is what the ASCA 21-Step Support Program is all about. Yes, 21-Step is not a typo. There are seven steps in each of three stages.
There is Safety in Anonymity.
The ability to remain anonymous is the intention and distinction of Survivors Anonymous Group. The ASCA Program itself does not prescribe this type of setup. However, combined with a private Meetup group, there is an easy way to protect the identity of members, as well as the location of the meeting. The members of the original Greensboro, NC, 'Survivors Anonymous' Meetup group benefit from this anonymity while being able to enjoy special meeting announcements and private interactions with other members using the Meetup platform.
Thanks for your patience and understanding.
There is a weekly 'Survivors Anonymous' meeting held in Greensboro, NC. Other groups will soon be starting near Charlotte and Fayetteville NC. Stay tuned! There is an open ASCA peer support group that meets in Raleigh NC as well.
For more information and further open meetings in other states, please visit www.NAASCA.org and www.ASCASupport.org.
See SurvivorsAnonymous on Meetup, or the About page of this website for more information.
Download our Single-Page PDF flyer for distribution and/or display at your office for Adult Survivors of Child Abuse seeking the support of peers in an anonymous atmosphere in Greensboro, NC.
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