Self-help

Any help that you receive from us should help you to help yourself. Especially people with addictive disorders or their relatives do not need help that leads to a new dependency. Rather, they need experience of efficacy and the ability to rake responsibility for their actions and find a suitable way out of addiction as experts in their own matters.

In order to further develop and consolidate this help for self-help in a community, we recommend that our clients participate in self-help groups.

Schwindelfrei

Schwindelfrei (meaning "free from giddiness") is a free self-help group founded by young adults that is also open to new members and meets every Friday at 6 p.m. at the Boje.

Flyer Schwindelfrei 

Die Glücksritter

(meaning "the knights of fortune") are a free self-help group by and for people with pathological gambling who want to live without gambling in the long-term. The group is open to new members and meets every Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. at the Boje.

Flyer Die Glücksritter 

Die Glücksknappen

The Glücksknappen (meaning "the knaves of fortune"). As "supporters", the group representatives of the Glücksritter offer a beginner's group every Wednesday evening at 7:30 p.m. at the Boje. Everyone is welcome who wants to undertake the first steps into the help system, get information about self-help possibilities and, if necessary, bridge waiting periods for further help.

Flyer Die Glücksritter und Die Glücksknappen