Survey: Self-Help Groups
The OASI Foundation will be organizing a lecture on the topic of Self-Help Groups as a Long-Term Recovery Tool on Tuesday, January 29th. This will be given by Mr. Jonathan Fong, an expert from the US with over 20 years of professional experience in the field. In preparation for this event, we are carrying out a brief, anonymous survey of professionals in Malta, looking into their attitudes towards self-help groups. We would thus greatly appreciate it if you can answer these few questions, whether or not you are interested in attending the lecture.

Further information about this activity will be available on our Facebook page ( closer to the date.

Please indicate your level of agreement with these statements: *
Strongly Agree
Neither Agree Nor Disagree
Strongly Disagree
I am supportive of self-help groups such as Narcotics Anonymous, Alcoholics Anonymous, Gamblers Anonymous, Al-Anon and Nar-Anon
I include self-help groups to my patients/clients in their treatment planning
I support self-help meetings being held in my practice/recovery center/treatment facility
I treat substance use as a disease and as such, treat substance use treatment as part of a lifelong process of healing
As a professional, I have attended self-help meetings
As a professional, I have read and researched 12-step recovery books and materials
I regularly include 12-step recovery principles during my sessions or treatment groups
I believe that addiction is a family disease, and I involve family in substance use treatment
In my practice or treatment center I promote total abstinence, including from alcohol
I have issues with treating drug addiction as a disease
I believe that once an addicted person addresses their main drug, at a certain point they can drink alcohol in moderation
I am concerned regarding self-help groups for the following reasons (please choose all that apply):
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