Islam-focussed recovery for Muslim Addicts and their carers and loved-ones


Bismillahir Rahmaanir Raheem

In the Name of Allah, Most Merciful, Full of Mercy

  In the name of God, the infinitely Compassionate and Merciful.Praise be to God, Lord of all the worlds.The Compassionate, the Merciful. Master of the Day of JudgementYou alone do we worship, and You alone do we ask for help.Guide us to The Straight Path,The path of those who have received your grace;Not the path of those who have earned Your anger, nor of those who wander astray.

(Chapter 1 of the Holy Qur’an)

Assalamu alaikum. (Peace be upon you). If you are reading this perhaps you are looking for ways to find or improve your recovery from addiction, or you care for someone who is. Or maybe you are a proffessional seeking to find ways of helping your client or patient to improve their recovery from a religio-culturally sensitive approach.  Then you have all come to the right place, God-Willing.

 Islam is a way of life and recovery from addiction can be understood and achieved with an Islamic framework in mind, alongside proffessional support. We are here to help you along the way so that we can embrace our recovery and head down the Straight Path to recovery together. Please register and sign up so you can join in with the interactive discussions and forums too! Look forward to hearing from you all, inshaAllah.


9 thoughts on “Islam-focussed recovery for Muslim Addicts and their carers and loved-ones

  1. salams

    I am addict father of two wonderful children and a beautiful wife. I have been thrown out for contious relapse and substance abuse spanning 20+ years. I love my family and i am determined to give up for good, however i am suffering severe anxiety to the extent where ny stomach feels full of knots and have no apetite. I am scared my wife will not have me back and even though i am willing to wait and not use while i wait, i need help with the way i am feeling.

    What can i do to help with this feeling and how do i get my daughter who does not want to talk to me to talk again? i am ashamed of letting them all down again

  2. My husband is Muslim and has been in recovery for a short time. I’m praying to GOD that it last. I feel like he needs support from other Muslims to continue being strong.

    1. May Allah grant your husband long term recovery and make it easy for you both. I hope you both find this website helpful. Please also find us on facebook. We have one page for carers and one for recovering addicts. I pray your husband finds good support networks, sometimes being attached to a mosque can be very helpful in meeting social needs and being part of a brotherhood.

  3. As Salam alaikum. Thank you all for having this site. Helpful indeed for Muslim families. I am here looking for support and hoping to give support to those who are sick and suffering. Both the addiction and those who love them. Jazak Allah Khayrun

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