This blog has now been up and running since the end of May 2014. I’ve toyed with the idea of adding a forum to my site for a long time, and now I’m pleased to announce some great news.
As of today, Opiate Addiction Support (OAS) now has it’s own online community forum!
What does this mean?
It means that you can join the forum for free, and you can read different posts that people have written, as well as the responses of others, and you can also chime in and post responses, or even start your very own thread on a topic of your choice.
This is a great way to not only enhance your knowledge on opiate addiction recovery methods, but it’s also an excellent way to cultivate an online support group of peers that are going through similar or identical challenges as you.
How To Become a Member of the Opiate Addiction Support Forum
If you’re interested in becoming a member of the Opiate Addiction Support Forum, getting started is easy.
It’s free and totally confidential.
You’re able to choose your own username which is all that will be shown on the forum. Choose any username you like, such as a nickname, or something totally made up by you. That way nobody will know who you really are.
My username is MattFinch, but it’s my forum and I want people to know that it is me who is posting. I’ll be posting on the forum and answering questions every once in awhile, but the forum is really set up to be operated by peers. I’ll be making sure people are obeying the rules and being respectful, but I won’t be posting answers to most of the questions.
This will be an extraordinary opportunity for people that have quit opiates using the info from OpiateAddictionSupport.com to give back to others. They can answer questions and share their knowledge and wisdom, and assist people to become highly motivated to quit!
Be a Part of Something Beautiful
My vision for the Opiate Addiction Support Forum is to become a place where people can either go to receive and/or provide information and support.
In my experience, there is no greater feeling than helping other individuals conquer a giant challenge that I’ve faced and beaten.
Thus, my Ultimate Vision is for the Opiate Addiction Support Forum to have a huge amount of members that have quit opioid drugs who decide to spend a little bit of time each month to help others achieve freedom from addiction.
So, if you haven’t quit opioid drugs yet, I hope you’ll become a member of Opiate Addiction Support Forum so you can get additional information that you may not find within my blog posts, and so you can give and receive support to others that are still dependent upon opioid drugs.
And if you’ve already quit opioid drugs, I pray that you’ll become a member of the forum so you can share what has worked for you, what hasn’t, and be a beacon of hope for those that have still not conquered their addictions as you have!!!
Here’s an overview of the benefits of being a member:
- Find additional information that you won’t find in the articles on this blog
- Get peer support and encouragement
- Learn exact detox plans that worked for other people that have posted their success plans in the forum
- Create your own blog posts! Yes, when you become a member you can actually write your own blog posts (short or long) on any topic you choose.