Is There a Support Group for Families Who Have a Member Addicted to World of Warcraft?

Question by Susanne W: Is there a support group for families who have a member addicted to World of Warcraft?
My daughter (20) has an addiction to the online game called, “World of Warcraft”. She rarely leaves her room, has no friends, no motivation to go to school or work, and is depressed. I realize that the game is not the core problem, but I am unable to think of a solution to get her to live any kind of life. Is there a support group anyone can recommend that I contact. I need to talk to others and see what they have done to help with this problem.

Best answer:

Answer by MMXMichael
Try the support group with the link below – It’s a video game addiction support group – maybe they can lead you in the right direction

Know better? Leave your own answer in the comments!



Advice For Families Dealing With Addiction – KLEAN Treatment | Josie Feldman – KLEAN Treatment Primary therapist Josie Feldman discusses getting treatment at KLEAN. For more info on KLEAN go to


Electronic Cigarettes, Hookahs New Fad For Teenagers: CDC

Filed under: addiction help for families

Some studies claim that e-cigarettes are less harmful than regular cigarettes and that they can help battle smoking addiction. Yet, there is no conclusive proof to show that they are completely safe. To date, the FDA has not regulated their use, but …
Read more on RedOrbit


Reverend Tommy Beardy Memorial Wee Che He Wayo Gamik Family Treatment

Filed under: addiction help for families

It offers a six-week phased residential program that provides support and guidance to substance abusers and their families to understand and overcome addiction through the development of a strong spiritual base, the understanding of traditional values …
Read more on Net Newsledger


Former addict raises awareness online

Filed under: addiction help for families

Miss Thorne is now black-listed from getting any more prescriptions for Apo-Zopiclone – considered part of the benzodiazepines family. She is now receiving support from Bay of Plenty Addiction Services. "This time a year ago I would probably be asleep, …
Read more on New Zealand Herald