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Category: Alcoholism-support-groups

SMART Recovery

SMART Recovery, short for Self-Management and Recovery Training, is an international, 4-point support program designed to help members achieve lifelong sobriety.  Through the program, members learn to manage their respective addictions by changing negative thought patterns and beliefs while focusing on self-empowerment.  Unlike AA, SMART Recovery isn’t based on 12 steps and doesn’t require members …

Al-Anon (Alcoholics Anonymous)

Alcoholism affects more than just the individual addicted to alcohol. As alcoholism continues to progress, the negative effects extend to family members and close friends, especially if the affected individual sinks deep into the pit of addiction.  And as Alcoholics Anonymous was formed to help people looking to overcome addiction, Al-Anon was formed to cater …

Alcoholics Anonymous 

Alcoholics Anonymous, often shortened as AA, is a non-professional support group designed to help its members achieve lifelong sobriety.  Although thousands of AA groups are sprinkled across the globe, they all observe the same set of principles and are open to anyone willing to overcome their drinking problems.   If you want to know more about …

LifeRing Secular Recovery

LifeRing Secular Recovery is a sobriety support group that targets like-minded people looking to lead drug-free lives.  The mutual support group takes a different approach from the popular 12-step groups that usually base their programs on a higher power.  At LifeRing Secular Recovery, members believe that the power to overcome addiction and cravings lies within …

Women for Recovery

Drug addiction and alcohol abuse continue to plague communities throughout the US. While the majority of drug and alcohol users are men, women make up an alarming number. According to the 2016 National Survey on Drug Use and Health, 19.5 million females (15.4%) aged 18 and overused illicit drugs in the prior year. For women, …

Alcohol Recovery Programs for Jewish People

Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically Dependent Persons and Significant Others (JACS) Alcoholism is a huge plague on families and communities throughout the US, including the Jewish community. Unfortunately, Jewish alcoholics are often afraid to discuss their problems with family members and significant others.  Alcoholism and Drug Dependency in the Jewish Community For decades, a stigma has persisted …