CAP RELEASE GROUPS: A confidential, caring group that helps people find complete freedom from life-controlling habits.

Are you struggling to kick a habit that just seems to control your life? Is your life negatively impacted by a dependence on anything from smoking to shopping, alcohol to anger – even the Internet? CAP Release Groups are a confidential and safe community that will help you break free from life-controlling habits.

How it works

Over 8 weeks, you’ll gain the knowledge, practical tools and one-to-one coaching you need to overcome your dependency. Most importantly, you’ll have the opportunity to receive support and friendship from people who are fighting to break their own habits, as well.

Read below to find our more, or call free on 0508 227 333 to find out how a CAP Release Group can help you find complete freedom.

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How CAP can help

Community

This confidential community provides a safe environment to help you break life-controlling habits. As a member, you’ll have the opportunity to be supported, and support others, on every step of your journey.

Course

The course provides 8 sessions of vital content designed to help you with each step to complete freedom. The course begins with identifying your stumbling blocks and setting healthy habits. Further topics cover how to set goals, dealing with anger and anxiety, forgiveness, and how to go forward in life with freedom. The final session is a party to celebrate your Release Group victories so far!

Coaching

Your Release Group coach will ensure you receive support throughout your journey by offering friendship and one-to-one support that gives you confidence to set goals, make changes and ultimately, break free.

Find your local Release Group

To join the Release Group in your area, call the CAP team on 0508 227 333.

Auckland
North Shore

Waikato
Putaruru

Manawatu/Whanganui
Palmerston North

Wellington
Upper Hutt

FAQ's

Is CAP just for Christians?

No. CAP helps anyone, regardless of religious beliefs, race, nationality, age, gender, marital status, sexual orientation or disability.

Does your service cost anything?

No. CAP’s services are free – funded by individuals, businesses, churches and charitable trusts from all parts of New Zealand.

“For the first time in 15 years, I have control over my habit! I really feel like freedom is a reality I can grasp.”

“I’m so glad that I joined Release Group. It’s helped me a lot to know and I’ve learned about myself. Release Group is a place that I feel safe to talk and share with others. I was listened to, cared for, supported to overcome my problem.”