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Muslim recovery network service

Address details
Organisation KIKIT Pathways To Recovery CIC
Address 153 Stratford Road Sparkbrook
B11 1AH
Birmingham
Contact details
Email info@kikitproject.org
Phone 0121 448 3883
Website http://www.kikitproject.org/
Opening hours Mon – Fri: 9.30AM – 5.00PM
Sat:- closed
Sun:- closed

The Muslim Recovery Network (MRN) is a fellowship of men and women, joined together on the Path of Recovery. We share our experiences strengths and hopes while recovering from our active addiction to mind and mood altering substances.
We look to Allah (SWT) to guide us on the Path of Recovery. As recovering addicts we strive to become rightly guided Muslims, submitting our will to the will and service of Allah (SWT). We begin the submitting process through the practice of Al-Islam (peaceful submission to the will of Allah (SWT)) in our daily lives.
Our own bodies, minds and souls truly belong to Allah (SWT). They are only entrusted to us for a time. We are charged with their care while we have them in our possession.
Our goal is to emerge successfully from this test called life as prescribed by Allah (SWT). To win His pleasure and reward is our ultimate human objective. May we accomplish sobriety success and peace of mind through MRN.
We have sought to integrate the treatment requirements of both Al-Islam and the Twelve Step approach to recovery into a simultaneous program. We have intentionally avoided following the more traditional approach of treating one approach as “primary” and the other as “secondary”.
Muslim Recovery Network, Inshallah, offers a fresh perspective from the aged ideas for treating our fallen human condition. We pray further it will serve as a model for more successfully understanding and addressing the special problems encountered as recovering Muslims and addicts in a predominantly non-Muslim society.

Service details
Categories Addiction support
Gender both
Quality standards

Last updated: Nov 28, 2018 13:45

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