Women for Sobriety Meet in Fairfield
Jan 07, 2020 08:56PM
A Women for Sobriety (WFS) self-help group now meets regularly in Fairfield. Open to all women who sincerely desire to stop drinking or using drugs, the group meets every Monday from 10:30 to 11:30am.
Founded in 1975, Women for Sobriety is separate from the Alcoholics Anonymous program, but members can use both programs for extra support. The WFS New Life Program is based on Thirteen Acceptance Statements, which encourage emotional and spiritual growth and act as a guide for women to embrace positive lifestyle changes. The New Life Program is extremely effective in helping women gain and maintain sobriety.
WFS has certified moderators and chat leaders leading mutual support groups online and in person, as well as phone volunteers available for one-on-one support. Any woman seeking an abstinent New Life is welcome to join WFS, and all expressions of female identity are welcome.
For more information about the program or the specific location of the Fairfield meetings, contact Joy Herbst at [email protected].