Mutual aid groups are a source of structure and continuing support for people seeking recovery from addiction issues and for those directly or indirectly affected by dependence, such as partners, close friends, children, other family members and employers. Evidence shows that people who actively participate in mutual aid groups are more likely to sustain their recovery.

The National Institute of Health and Care Excellence (NICE) recommends that healthcare professionals should routinely provide information about mutual aid groups and facilitate access for those who want to attend.

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