Dual Diagnosis Anonymous

Just For Today in DDA

What is DDA?

Learn more about what Dual Diagnosis Anonymous is and how it may benefit you.

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Learn more about meeting locations and where you can embark on your journey, just for today…

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What’s New at DDA?

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DDA History

Learn more about DDA from it’s inception to now

DDA in Action

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Our Extended Family

The space within each of the petals of our flower symbolizes our extended family. Our extended family includes all those who, although not identifying as dually diagnosed, support the DDA 12 Steps plus 5 program of recovery.

The sense of community and solidarity that DDA provides on the journey of recovery is a one day at a time, one moment to another approach. That support and understanding is what brings us together and makes our bond strong. Join us for events that celebrate the DDA Family. LEARN MORE


Don’t take our word for it – here’s what our members say:

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DDA has given me the courage to persevere through my struggles and allowed me to help others.

Shericea Deleon

This program changed my life! It broke the stigma I carried against my own diagnosis and provided me the tools necessary to live a sober life on a daily basis.

Luke Boger

Dual diagnosis anonymous of Oregon saved my life..

Paula R. Duty

Literally, the best people to connect with if you are serious about wanting support for addictions and mental health challenges

Gina Firman Nikkel

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DDA would love to hear you! Submit what you have learned & how the fellowship of DDA has helped in your life ofDDA would love to hear you! Submit what you have learned & how the fellowship of DDA has helped in your life of recovery.

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