(wait times vary) New clients receive 25% OFF normal rate charge Quick Insight Psychic advisors, in some ways are similar to counselors.
However, they may be more likely to hone in on issues more quickly, using whatever intuitive skills they have.
This is where someone friendly will ask if you want to speak to a counsellor.
If you log in for a 1-2-1 counsellor chat online, you might wait a little while before being connected with a counsellor. We know it can sometimes be scary talking to counsellors. You might be unsure about what to say or how they'll react. They're a bunch of different people, some old and some young.
Stay sober one day at a time and chat with people who relate and want to help. There are so many ways to give and receive support. There is no moderator, so if someone is acting out there is no way to really get it to stop. There is a meeting every night that is run well and is AA/NA based.
Nearly 20K alcoholics and addicts use Recovery Chat every day! -------- Stay sober and help others achieve sobriety. It works, and people are there 24/7, chatting away about solutions! There are people that really care about each other and about the new guy who wants to know how to stop drinking/using.
But this could be less or more depending on what help you need.
If you need to contact us again, we'll always be here for you. Calls are free from landlines and mobiles in the UK. Even if you don't have credit on your mobile phone you can still call us for free. Calls may be chargeable from mobiles and the number will appear on your mobile bill.
- Or just want to chat with people that understand and won’t judge you? " - Sellincars “This is by far one of the best apps on my phone. Download and join us as you trudge the road to happy destiny. Go on Kik and find an AA chatroom if you’re looking for companionship or sponsorship or whatever. If it makes you feel any better, the other alcoholic apps, such as Nomo, were also pretty much useless.
"This has been needed badly by many alcoholics and it's finally here!
They all work for us in the UK but many come from different countries like Poland, Ghana, Australia, India, China, France and other places. But most importantly, they all care about young people and give up some of their time to volunteer as counsellors.