It can take time, but we can learn to balance our care for others with our care for self. Find your balance.
Okay, so we have made some good changes in our life, now how do we hold on to them? How do we help those we love and/or care about who have brought positive change into their life?
Virtual Recovery Resources
In the Rooms
A global recovery community that hosts a list of links to daily online meetings ranging from AA, NA, Adult Children of Alcoholics, Women in Recovery, Trauma and Recovery, Gamblers Anonymous and more. The meeting list can be filtered by type, i.e. NA, AA, etc.
Area 74 Northwoods Alcoholics Anonymous
Provides a list of online and in person meetings. Scroll down to the bottom of the page for the online Zoom meetings.
Woods and Waters Area of Narcotics Anonymous
Virtual meetings are listed under a tab at the top of the page. The page takes a long time to load. Please note: you can attend ANY virtual/online meeting no matter where you live. Learn how to attend a virtual meeting here.
Offers a variety of online and skype meeting options
Offers online support and services
Provides online and virtual support
Offers an online platform to help any get sober and stay sober
Provides an online forum for those in recovery and their friends and family
If you don’t have internet or cell access at home, or you’ve run out of data for the month, never fear! There are free WIFI in the parking lot of the following locations:
- Lac du Flambeau Planning Department (The Chippewa Valley Bank Building)
- Lac du Flambeau Boys Dorm (the Historic Preservation Building)
- Lac d Flambeau - Abinoojiiyag Youth Center
- Lac du Flambeau - Natural Resources Building
Drug overdose is the leading cause of accidental death in the United States. More than 63,600 Americans died from drug overdoses in 2016. This is more than car accidents and gun homicides combined. In fact overdose is the leading cause of death for Americans under 50.
The U.S. is in the midst of an opioid overdose epidemic with every American state, county, socio-economic and ethnic group impacted. Opioids killed more than 42,000 people in 2016, representing 66% of all overdose deaths.