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12 Step Pagans
Contact information for an email support group for pagans interested in the 12 Step program.
Addiction or Self-Medication
Substance abuse from different standpoints.
UK Midlands charity providing advice and counselling on alcohol and drugs problems.
Changing Attitudes In Recovery
For people with addiction, emotional, relational problems.
Christian Recovery Resources Database
Searchable database of ministries, organizations, local groups and meetings in the US, and Canada other parts of the world.
Crystal Meth Anonymous
CMA is a relatively new twelve step program for people who are addicted to crystal meth. Links provide support for family and friends as well.
Crystal Meth Anonymous of New York City
Local support group for those addicted to crystal meth. Meeting times and mission statement.
The resource for recovery of alcoholics, narcotics, gamblers, and overeaters. More than 100,000 meetings, hospitals and treatment centers with maps and directions.
Developing Health and Independence
A range of support services for people addressing drug and alcohol problems, with particular regard for those who are homeless or in housing need.
Friends of Choices
Help for Alcoholism and Drug Addiction. We work in the service of people with Chemical Dependency and those that love them.
Fairly eclectic site, but includes original "clean/sober" writings, cartoons, and unofficial Northern CA AA/NA meeting lists.
Hetty's - Drug Support Network
Support network for parents, carers, family and friends of illicit drug users.
LifeRing Secular Recovery
A non-religious self-help recovery organization for individuals who seek group support to achieve abstinence from alcohol and other addictive drugs.
Message board which focuses on methamphetamines and general discussions.
Pagan 12-Step Haven
A group for recovering pagans in 12-step recovery: AA, NA, OA, and DA. This group will focus on working the 12 steps and supporting each other in recovery.
Recovery Through Christ
Forum discussing a 12 Step Program for Christians and others who suffer with addictions.
The Recovery Zone
Features 12 step recovery resources with information and help for people suffering from alcoholism, drug addiction, smoking addiction, compulsive eating disorders, and gambling addiction.
Drug addiction prevention, treatment and recovery resources. Plus chat, message boards and free recovery email addresses.
Righteous Oaks Recovery Center
Information about the formation, operation, philosophies and testimonies concerning the success of their six month, resident, Christ centered addiction recovery program for men.
Say No to Drugs
Official site for the Russian government's Commission on Fighting Drug Abuse and Illegal Turnover.
Secular Organizations for Sobriety
A non-religious support group for people who want to give up alcohol or drugs. Located in Rochester, New York.
Self Management and Recovery Training is a non-profit organization that helps people recover from all types of addictive behaviors. Includes an introduction, regional and online meetings, a message board and resources.
Steppin' Out - The 12 Step Radio Show
Where alcoholics and addicts share their true stories of before and after drinking and sobriety. In New York City.
Substance Abuse Prevention of Carroll County, Maryland
Substance abuse prevention message board and information for Carroll County Maryland.
The Triangle Club of Washington, DC
Provides meeting space for 12-step groups and recovery activities for Gay and Lesbian people of the Washington Metropolitan area.
Vancouver Area Network of Drug Users
VANDU is a group of IV drug users and former drug users who work to improve the lives of people who use illicit drugs. They do this through user-based peer support and education.
Provides a forum for examining addictions and compulsive behaviors to support recovery from the family disease of addiction using the Twelve Step Programs.
Substance Abuse Recovery Programs: Which One is Right for You?
Article compares several alcoholism and substance abuse support groups including AA (Alcoholics Anonymous), NA (Narcotics Anonymous), MM, RR, SMART, SOS, and WFS. [CNN with WebMD] (May 19, 1999)
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