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    Alcoholics Victorious
    Formerly called Christian Recovery Connection, Alcoholics Victorious (AV) is a network of Christian support groups for chemically dependent persons. AV support groups offer a safe environment where recovering people who recognize Jesus Christ as their "Higher Power" gather together and share their experience, strength and hope. AV meetings use both the 12 Steps and the Alcoholics Victorious Creed.
    http://alcoholicsvictorious.org/ - 19-Jan-2000 - Hits: 918 - Rate This | Details
    Brighter12
    Welcome to 12 Step Recovery 2.0! Brighter12 is revolutionizing 12 Step recovery programs by adding interactive online tools! The Brighter12 workshop experience offers members structure, accountability and thought-provoking Workpages in our online Step Study. These features enhance the successful concepts outlined in traditional 12 Step recovery programs.
    http://www.brighter12.com - 9-Jan-2013 - Hits: 60 - Rate This | Details
    Families Anonymous Top Rated
    Families Anonymous is an international fellowship of families and friends of those involved in the abuse of substances. The fellowship is a self-help organization with a program based on the 12 Steps and 12 Traditions first formulated by Alcoholics Anonymous.
    http://www.familiesanonymous.org/ - 5-Sep-2006 - Hits: 306 - Rate This | Details
    Narcotics Anonymous
    Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is an international, community-based association of recovering drug addicts with more than 33,500 weekly meetings in over 116 countries worldwide.

    One of the keys to NA's success is the therapeutic value of addicts working with other addicts. Members share their successes and challenges in overcoming active addiction and living drug-free productive lives through the application of the principles contained within the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of NA. These principles are the core of the Narcotics Anonymous recovery program. Principles incorporated within the steps include:
    • admitting there is a problem;
    • seeking help;
    • engaging in a thorough self-examination;
    • confidential self-disclosure;
    • making amends for harm done; and
    • helping other drug addicts who want to recover.

    http://www.na.org/ - 9-Sep-2006 - Hits: 300 - Rate This | Details
    SMART RecoveryŽ (Self-Management And Recovery Training) Top Rated
    SMART RecoveryŽ is an organization of volunteers helping people gain independence from harmful addictive behaviors by offering a science-based self-help and mutual support program through face-to-face and on-line meetings. Meetings, chat opportunities and other resources may be found at the web site. We are virtually an all volunteer service organization. The site also provides information on how to become a SMART Recovery volunteer or start a local meeting.
    http://www.smartrecovery.org/ - 15-Feb-2004 - Hits: 410 - Rate This | Details
    Women For Sobriety, Inc. Top Rated
    Women For Sobriety, Inc. (WFS) is a self-help program for women with problems of addiction. It is the first and only self-help program for women only, and its precepts take into account the very special problems women have in recovery -- the need for feelings of self-value and self-worth, and the need to expatiate feelings of guilt and humiliation.
    http://www.womenforsobriety.org/ - 9-Sep-2006 - Hits: 254 - Rate This | Details

 

 

 


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