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Marina Dock
A safe, clean and sober meeting facility and social club, open to the public since 1986.
Nar-Anon of Michigan
Information on the organization, and schedule of meetings.
Naranon of CT and MA
A support group for families, relatives, and friends of people who are addicted to or recovering from drugs.
Narcotics Anonymous World Services
Lots of information about NA. Find meetings. Read pamphlets. Contact NA. Read their magazine 'NA Way.
Quit Abuse Society
Resources and information group for the many faces of abuse with chat and message boards and related links for support.
Recovery Inn
Free help for those who want to stop their addictions. No counselers, not a religious program. Members have been there and found a way to stay clean and sober and help others.
Recovery Wisdom, One Day at a Time
Twelve step slogans, start your day with a new slogan, send in your own and get a free book.
Righteous Oaks Recovery Center
A site giving all pertinent information about the formation, operation, philosophies and testimonies concerning the success of their six month and more.
Secular Organizations for Sobriety
An international network of peer support groups for recovering alcoholics and drug addicts.
Secular Organizations for Sobriety
A non-religious support group for people who want to give up alcohol or drugs. Located in Rochester, New York.
Solpadeine Addiction Support Group
Self help support group for people addicted to Solpadeine over-the-counter painkillers.
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.
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.
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.
Working Sobriety
Provides a forum for examining addictions and compulsive behaviors to support recovery from the family disease of addiction using the Twelve Step Programs.
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