Mutual Aid Support Groups


Adult Children of Alcoholics (ACOA): A 12-Step recovery program for persons who group up in alcoholic or similarly dysfunctional family settings.
adultchildren.org 

Alanon & Alateen: A 12-Step support groups for family members of alcoholics.
al-anon.alateen.org

Alcoholics Anonymous:
aa.org

Cocaine Anonymous:
ca.org

Crystal Meth Anonymous:
crystalmeth.org

Double Trouble in Recovery: A 12-Step group for people in recovery from both substance use and mental health problems.
doubletroubleinrecovery.org

Dual Recovery Anonymous: A 12-Step mutual aid group for persons in recovery from both substance use and mental health problems.
draonline.org

Heroin Anonymous:
heroin-anonymous.org

Marijuana Anonymous:
marijuana-anonymous.org

Methadone Anonymous:
methadonesupport.org

Narcotics Anonymous:
na.org

Naranon:  (These 12-Step support groups are for family members of addicted persons.)
nar-anon.org

Nicotine Anonymous:
nicotine-anonymous.org

Pills Anonymous:
pillsanonymous.org

Sober 24: (This is an online-only 12-step support group combined with ‘Virtual Fellowship’ and recovery management tools.)
sober24.com

Other Approaches

16-Steps for Recovery:
charlottekasl.com/site/16-step-program

Alcoholics Victorious: This group is for recovering people who recognize Jesus Christ as their “Higher Power.‖ It combines the 12 Steps and the Alcoholics Victorious Creed
alcoholicsvictorious.org

Celebrate Recovery: A Christian recovery program that meets nationally.
celebraterecovery.com

Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically Dependent Persons and Significant Others:
jacsweb.org
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LifeRing: An abstinence-oriented secular recovery program.
lifering.org

Moderation Management:(This non-abstinence-based program is for problem drinkers who are not dependent.)
moderation.org

Rational Recovery:
rational.org

Secular Sobriety:This group has anonymous secular recovery meetings.
sossobriety.org

Sinclair Method:
sinclairmethod.com

SMART: A 4-Point Recovery Program.
smartrecovery.org

White Bison: A Native American Recovery Program.
whitebison.org

Women for Sobriety:
womenforsobriety.org