Self-help can enable people with disabilities, chronic conditions and addictions to deal with their health situation more successfully. Read this article to find out more.
Self-help groups for families and loved ones of people with disabilities, chronic illnesses or addiction problems allow them to share their experiences and receive support.
Most people with an addiction find it difficult to live without the substance or behavior to which they are addicted. Self-help groups offer support from people with similar experiences.
Self-help groups for young people allow them to share their experiences and find mutual support to help them deal with a chronic illness, disability or addiction problem.
Intercultural self-help enables people from a migrant background to support one another in dealing with chronic health conditions or disabilities.