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Long New List of Recovery Programs

Discussion in 'Recovery Library' started by Dropout_Theologian, Oct 15, 2018.

  1. Dropout_Theologian

    Dropout_Theologian Not an ant in God's glorious library. Supporter

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    List of websites aggregated from https://sobernation.com/list-of-12-step-programs/, List of twelve-step groups - Wikipedia, 12 Step Groups, Computer Gaming Addicts Anonymous - Help for video game addiction, XA-Speakers - The lights are on!

    Are you in need of help, with some turmoil caused by yourself or by a relative or friend? Well no worries my friend, the Bible has the answers, but these groups may be a great help to you. Please read below if you would like help and if any of the following can be used by you! Remember, if you don't have a group near you, there can often be meetings streamed over the internet, directed via the telephone, or you may perhaps find a similar meeting.

    No website links given for the protection of the viewer. If you are in need, Google the name please.

    Alcohol and Drug Abuse
    Eating Addictions and Problems
    Sex, Victims, and Love Problems
    Mental Issues, Self Harm, and Emotions
    Money Related Problems

    Other Groups
    Family and Friends of the abuser, and Teenagers

    Alcohol and Drug Abuse
    Alcoholics Anonymous
    Cocaine Anonymous
    Chemically Dependent Anonymous
    Crystal Meth Anonymous
    Drug Addicts Anonymous
    Heroin Anonymous
    Marijuana Anonymous
    Nicotine Anonymous
    Narcotics Anonymous
    Dual Recovery Anonymous

    Eating Addictions and Problems
    Compulsive Eaters Anonymous
    Eating Disorders Anonymous
    Food Addicts Anonymous
    Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous
    Overeaters Anonymous
    GreySheeters Anonymous

    Sex, Victims, and Love Problems
    Survivors of Incest Anonymous
    Love Addicts Anonymous
    Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous
    Sex Addicts Anonymous
    Sexaholics Anonymous
    Sexual Compulsive Anonymous
    Sexual Recovery Anonymous

    Mental Issues, Self Harm, and Emotions
    Suicide Anonymous
    Self Mutilators Anonymous
    Emotions Anonymous
    Co-Dependents Anonymous

    Money Related Problems
    Debtors Anonymous
    Gamblers Anonymous
    Bettors Anonymous

    Spenders Anonymous

    Other Groups
    Workaholics Anonymous
    Computer Gaming Addicts Anonymous
    Recoveries Anonymous
    Clutterers Anonymous
    Recovering Couples Anonymous

    Family and Friends of the abuser, and Teenagers
    Adult Children of Alcoholics
    Families Anonymous
    Parents Anonymous
    Co-Anon (Cocaine)