Formers Anonymous

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Providing support and guidance for anyone seeking to maintain a crime and violent free lifestyle.

About
A group of people seeking redemption and freedom from a lifestyle of self destructive involvement with crime, street life, violence, AODA, and power and control through change and recovery.

Who Are We?

We are a group of men and women who have identified a shared problem of attachment and/or addiction to a grossly irresponsible, and/or criminal and/or drug (including alcohol) lifestyle and all its people, places, and things, including the addictive pull of related thoughts, feelings, behaviors, , and ideas commonly referred to by many, though not all, as Street Life.
We hope to build a network of self-lead and self-contained support groups in order to help each other address common problems and recover from this addiction.
Formers Anonymous recognizes the existence of addiction to street life as a primary addiction similar to other behavioral addictions, such as gambling or eating disorders. A person with this condition will be drawn compulsively to criminal behaviors in the same way as an addict to drugs or a gambling addict to gambling.
Formers Anonymous has adapted and modified the 12-Step recovery program formulated by Alcoholics Anonymous to form the basis of our fellowship. The 12-Step process is a tried and tested formula, the use of which releases hundreds of thousands of alcoholics and addicts worldwide from the grip of active addiction.
We are currently compiling the literature to form the foundation for Formers Anonymous meetings. This will be available via this website and will be updated as new experience suggests and opportunity arises.
We aim to make meetings available in prisons as well as in the community.

General Information
We meet every Saturday from 9:30AM-11Am on
Saturday Morning at:
Divinos Cafe, Second Floor
245 Main St, Racine WI 53403.

More About us

We are a group of men and women who have identified a shared problem of attachment and/or addiction to a grossly irresponsible, and/or criminal and/or drug (including alcohol) lifestyle and all its people, places, and things, including the addictive pull of related thoughts, feelings, behaviors, , and ideas commonly referred to by many, though not all, as Street Life.
We hope to build a network of self-lead and self-contained support groups in order to help each other address common problems and recover from this addiction.
Formers Anonymous recognizes the existence of addiction to street life as a primary addiction similar to other behavioral addictions, such as gambling or eating disorders. A person with this condition will be drawn compulsively to criminal behaviors in the same way as an addict to drugs or a gambling addict to gambling.
Formers Anonymous has adapted and modified the 12-Step recovery program formulated by Alcoholics Anonymous to form the basis of our fellowship. The 12-Step process is a tried and tested formula, the use of which releases hundreds of thousands of alcoholics and addicts worldwide from the grip of active addiction.
We are currently compiling the literature to form the foundation for Formers Anonymous meetings. This will be available via this website and will be updated as new experience suggests and opportunity arises.
We aim to make meetings available in prisons as well as in the community.

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