Below is not an exhaustive list or resources, but a great start!
12-Step Recovery Groups and Beyond
12 Steps (12step.org) Resources for all 12 step programs
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) (aa.org)
Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACA) (adultchild.org)
Celebrate Recovery (CA) (celebraterecovery.com
Cocaine Anonymous (CA) (ca.org)
Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA) (crystalmeth.org)
Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous (FA) (foodaddicts.org)
Food Compulsions Anonymous (foodcompulsions.wordpress.com)
Gamblers Anonymous (GA) (gamblersanonymous.org)
LifeRing Secular Recovery (lifering.org)
Lifted From The Rut Recovery Coaching (www.LiftedFromTheRut.com)
Marijuana Anonymous (marijuana-anonymous.org)
Narcotics Anonymous(NA) (na.org)
Nicotine Anonymous (nicotine-anonymous.org)
Recovery Speakers (recoveryspeakers.com)
Sexaholics Anonymous (sa.org)
Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous (SLAA) (slaafws.org)
Smart Recovery (smartrecovery.org)
Women for Sobriety (WFS) (womenforsobriety.org)
XA Speakers (xa-speakers.org)
Family & Friends of People with Substance Abuse Struggles
Adultchildren.org (adultchildren.org) Adult children of alcoholics and addicts.
Al-Anon.org (al-anon.org) Family members of alcoholics.
Coda.org (coda.org) Co-dependent individuals.
Gam-anon (gam-anon.org) Family members of gamblers.
Hazeldon Betty Ford Children’s Program (hazeldenbettyford.org/kids)
Nar-anon (nar-anon.org) Family members of addicts.
S-Anon (sanon.org) Family & Friends of Sexaholics
Government Agencies for Substance Abuse +
National Institute of Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (niaaa.nih.gov)
National Institute of Drug Abuse (nida.nih.gov)
Substance Abuse & Mental Health Services Administration (samhsa.gov)
Smoke Free (smokefree.gov)
World Health Organization (who.int/en/)
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