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Author: CAP
Published: 11/11/2015


Is there something in your life that you just can't stop doing even though you want to? Maybe it's smoking, binge drinking, gambling or an Internet addiction? Do you feel like it’s just too hard to tackle it on your own?

If you would like help to break free, then a CAP Release Group is for you. Whatever it is you are struggling with, our groups provide a safe and confidential place where you can tackle the issue right at the core to break free and stay free.

We know it can be hard to stay motivated when trying to give up a habit or overcome a dependency. At times it can feel like you are struggling alone. That’s why a CAP Release Group is a warm and welcoming environment where you can listen to other people who may have similar struggles and share your own experiences, if you want to.

During the release group, there is an eight-week course that enables you to tackle some of the root issues that may be causing your dependency so you can live a happier, more fulfilling life. The course is based upon the Twelve Steps of Recovery and each session works through these steps alongside the CAP Release Group exercises.


Addiction drains people of their health and money. 'Christians Against Poverty' wants to help make life considerably easier, by offering a course and one to one coaching, to help ease people from their addictions.


"I've smoked for the last 14 years and never been able to quit. Joining a CAP Release Group has been great. A key thing has been the air of total trust; we can share with one another and know that it’s confidential to the group. We're genuinely becoming a group of friends combating our dependencies together"- James

"It took me a while to sign up. I wasn't sure if it was for me, but I did and it's helped massively! It’s helped me to understand why I turned to addiction. I gave myself six months to give up drinking but did it in three! Without Ian and Julie, I wouldn't be where I am today. I’d recommend a CAP Release Group to anyone"- Tracy, CAP Release Group member

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