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Adult Children of Alcoholics is a
12-Step, 12-Tradition program of women and men who grew up in alcoholic
or otherwise dysfunctional homes. We meet with each other in a mutually
respectful, safe environment and acknowledge our common experiences.
We discover how childhood affected us in the past and influences
us in the present. [The Problem] We take positive action. By practicing
the 12 Steps, focusing on The Solution and accepting a loving Higher
Power of our understanding, we find freedom from the past and a
way to improve our lives today.
12 Step group aiding
people who use their own adrenaline as an addictive drug
"A worldwide organization that offers a self-help
recovery program for families and friends of alcoholics whether
or not the alcoholic seeks help or even recognizes the existence
of a drinking problem. Members give and receive comfort and understanding
through a mutual exchange of experiences, strength and hope. Sharing
of similar problems binds individuals and groups together in a bond
that is protected by a policy of anonymity."
Founded in 1948, Alcoholics Victorious support
groups offer a safe environment where recovering people who recognize
Jesus Christ as their "Higher Power" can gather together and share
their experience, strength and hope. Both the Twelve Steps and the
Alcoholics Victorious Creed are used at most AV meetings.
Artists Recovering through the Twelve Steps -
A fellowship of artists who share their experience, strength and
hope with each other that they may recover from their common problem.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to fulfill our creative
potential. There are no dues or fees for A.R.T.S. membership; we
are self supporting through our own contributions. A.R.T.S. is not
allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution;
does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither endorses nor
opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to express our creative
gifts and help others to achieve artistic freedom.
Chemically Dependent Anonymous deals entirely
with the disease of addiction. We of CDA do not make distinctions
in the recovery process based on any particular substance, believing
that the addictive-compulsive usage of chemicals is the core of
our disease and the use of any mood-changing chemical will result
in relapse. CDA is not affiliated with any political, religious,
or commercial organizations or institutions. The primary purpose
of CDA as a whole is to remain clean and to help others like us
gain recovery. By sharing our Experience, Strength, and Hope with
each other, we solve our common problem and help others to recover
from chemical dependence which has made their lives unmanageable.
CDA remains grateful to the co-founders and fellowship of Alcoholics
Anonymous for the Twelve Steps and twelve Traditions which are the
basis of our program.
Christians in Recovery
Christians in Recovery (CIR) is a not for profit
organization dedicated to mutual sharing of strength and hope as
we live each day in recovery. We work to regain and maintain balance
and order in our lives through active discussion of the 12 Steps,
the Bible, and experiences in our own recovery from abuse, family
dysfunction, depression, anxiety, grief, relationships and/or addictions
of alcohol, drugs, food, pornography etc.
Co-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship of men
and women who are husbands, wives, parents, relatives, or close
friends of someone who is chemically dependent. If you are seeking
a solution to the problems that come from living with a practicing
or recovering cocaine addict, we at Co-Anon can help you.
We are relatives and friends who share a common bond: we feel our
lives have been deeply affected by another person's drug abuse.
We meet regularly to share our experience, strength and hope. By
practicing the 12 Steps of recovery ourselves, we learn to cope
with our difficulties and find a more serene approach to life.
C.A. is concerned solely with the personal recovery
and continued sobriety of individual drug addicts who turn to our
Fellowship for help. We do not engage in the fields of drug addiction
research, medical or psychiatric treatment, drug education, or propaganda
in any form -- although members may participate in such activities
as individuals. Cocaine Anonymous is open to all persons who state
a desire to stop using cocaine, including "crack"
cocaine, as well as all
other mind-altering substances. There are no dues or fees for
membership. Our expenses are supported by the voluntary contributions
of our members -- we respectfully decline all outside contributions.
We are not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization
A program of recovery from codependence, where each
of us may share our experience, strength, and hope in our efforts
to find freedom where there has been bondage and peace where there
has been turmoil in our relationships with others and ourselves.
Most of us have been searching for ways to overcome the dilemmas
of the conflicts in our relationships and our childhoods. Many of
us were raised in families where addictions existed - some of us
were not. In either case, we have found in each of our lives that
codependence is a most deeply rooted compulsive behavior and that
it is born out of our sometimes moderately, sometimes extremely
dysfunctional family systems. We have each experienced in our own
ways the painful trauma of the emptiness of our childhood and relationships
throughout our lives. We attempted to use others - our mates,
friends, and even our children, as our sole source of identity,
value and well being, and as a way of trying to restore within us
the emotional losses from our childhoods. Our histories may include
other powerful addictions which at times we have used to cope with
CEA-HOW is a fellowship of men and women who meet
to share their Experience, Strength and Hope. We are not a diet
club. We do have a food plan and a defined abstinence of no sugar
and flour. We apply the principles of the 12 Step Program, using
the A.A. Big Book and 12 Steps and 12 Traditions of A.A. as tools
of examination and release.
Crystal Meth Anonymous
Crystal Meth Anonymous is a fellowship of men
and women for whom all drugs, specifically Crystal Meth, have become
a problem. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stay
clean and lead a sober life. There are no dues or membership lists
– each group is expected to be self-supporting through its own contributions.
The Twelve Steps of our program were developed to provide us with
a plan with which to build a sober, better life. We believe that
if we work these simple steps we will live a life free of active
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Debtors Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women
who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that
they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from
compulsive debting. The only requirement for membership is a desire
to stop incurring unsecured debt. There are no dues or fees for
D.A. membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions.
D.A. is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization
or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither
endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay
solvent and help other compulsive debtors to achieve solvency.
Depressed Anonymous® was formed to
provide therapeutic resources for depressed individuals of all ages.
We work with the chronically depressed and those recently discharged
from health facilities who were treated for depression. We
also seek to prevent depression through education and by creating
a supportive and caring community through support groups that successfully
keep individuals from relapsing into depression.
Dual Recovery Anonymous is an independent, twelve
step, self-help organization for people with a dual diagnosis. Our
goal is to help men and women who experience a dual illness. We
are chemically dependent and we are also affected by an emotional
or psychiatric illness. Both illnesses affect us in all areas of
our lives; physically, psychologically, socially, and spiritually.
EAA is a fellowship of men and women recovering
from all aspects of eating addiction, and body and appearance obsession.
Our primary purpose is recovery, and we welcome all who have or
think they may have any form of eating addiction or appearance obsession.
We do not focus on diets, food plans or weight regulation. We have
discovered that internal transformation is the only effective way
of arresting our disease. In EAA we focus on internal growth and
find lifelong recovery not just from bingeing, purging, chronic
overeating, anorexia, etc., but also the shame and self hatred that
accompanies our addiction. In EAA we seek holistic, balanced
recovery, encouraging members to address their body image
issues very specifically. We believe that in recovery, obese persons
do lose weight, and emaciated persons do gain, but
that body size and eating abuses are merely symptoms of an addictive
way of dealing with deeper problems. Whatever insecurities or other
problems we have, they are greatly exacerbated by the warped values
about appearance, size and weight most of us internalize. In our
fellowship, we provide an alternative to the sick, obsessive thinking
patterns we have developed over the course of a lifetime.
Emotions Anonymous is a twelve-step organization,
similar to Alcoholics Anonymous. Our fellowship is composed of people
who come together in weekly meetings for the purpose of working
toward recovery from emotional difficulties. EA members are from
many walks of life and are of diverse ages, economic status, social
and educational backgrounds. The only requirement for membership
is a desire to become well emotionally. Our program has been known
to work miracles in the lives of many who suffer from problems as
diverse as depression, anger, broken or strained relationships,
grief, anxiety, low self-esteem, panic, abnormal fears, resentment,
jealousy, guilt, despair, fatigue, tension, boredom, loneliness,
withdrawal, obsessive and negative thinking, worry, compulsive behavior
and a variety of other emotional issues.
Families Anonymous (FA)
Families Anonymous (FA) is a Twelve-Step,
self help, recovery and fellowship of support groups for relatives
and friends of those who have alcohol, drug or behavioral problems.
We share our 'experience, strength and hope,' with each other and
with new members. Many members have found peace and serenity, despite
unsolved problems, by working the Twelve Steps. The change in us
often helps our loved ones find recovery. Families Anonymous
is a non-profit fellowship requiring no dues or fees. FA is self-supporting
through voluntary contributions and the sale of FA's published literature.
Families Anonymous is not affiliated with any religion or institution.
Families Anonymous support group members willingly share their 'experience,
strength and hope,' at regularly scheduled meetings. Anyone concerned
about a loved one's use of mind-altering substances or related behavioral
problems is encouraged to attend. You will feel welcome at your
very first meeting. The group's purpose is to provide mutual support,
and to offer a safe place to share experiences and concerns. Attending
meetings helps members adopt an honest and consistent approach towards
the addict. With group support, members are able to come to terms
with the problems in their lives. Experience has shown that help
for the family and friends means help for the addict.
Food Addicts Anonymous
Food Addicts Anonymous is a fellowship of men
and women who are willing to recover from the disease of food addiction.
Sharing our experience, strength, and hope with others allows us
to recover from this disease, ONE DAY AT A TIME. The FAA program
is based on the belief that food addiction is a bio-chemical disease.
By following a food plan devoid of all addictive substances, we
can recover. These substances include sugar, flour, and wheat in
all their forms. They also include fats and any other high-carbohydrate,
refined, processed foods that cause us problems individually.
Our primary purpose is to stay abstinent and to help other food
addicts achieve abstinence. We invite you to join us on the road
to recovery and suggest you attend six meetings before you decide
you don't need our help. You need to know that withdrawal is a necessary
part of recovery. We can get better if we continue to follow our
food plan, work the tools of the program, and ask for help!
Food Addicts in Recovery
FA is an international fellowship of men and women
who have trouble controlling our eating or thinking obsessively
about food and have experienced difficulty as a result of the way
we eat. To have a fulfilling life without abusing food, we find
we need the help and support of other food addicts in FA. FA's program
of recovery is based on the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous. FA
uses the 12 Steps as a guide to help members control their eating.
There are no dues, fees, or weigh-ins at FA meetings. FA is a fellowship
of individuals who, through shared experience and mutual support,
are recovering from the disease of food addiction. Membership is
open to anyone who wants help with food.
The self-help organization of Gam-Anon is a life
saving instrument for the spouse, family or close friends of compulsive
gamblers. We come into the group feeling alone, frightened, helpless,
desperate and ashamed. We hesitated to share problems and failures,
fearing none could understand. The Gam-Anon group is warmly accepting
and it offers the new member identification. The message we receive
is: "Come join with us, we too were alone, afraid and unable to
cope with the problem; we will share with you a new and fulfilling
way of life". Gam-Anon's purposes are three-fold: To learn acceptance
and understanding of the gambling illness; to use the program and
its problem solving suggestions as aids in rebuilding our lives
and, upon our own recovery, to give assistance to those who suffer.
In Gam-Anon the member will experience relief from anxiety by accepting
the fact of powerlessness over the problem in the family. The heavy
load of responsibility for the gambling problem is lifted and the
agonizing guilt in regard to failures is gradually alleviated. The
energy wasted in attempts to stop loved ones from gambling can be
channeled into more useful methods of problem solving.
Our primary purpose is to stop
gambling and to help other compulsive gamblers do the same. Most
of us have been unwilling to admit we were real problem gamblers.
No one likes to think they are different from their fellows. Therefore,
it is not surprising that our gambling careers have been characterized
by countless vain attempts to prove we could gamble like other people.
The idea that somehow, some day, we will control our gambling is
the great obsession of every compulsive gambler. The persistence
of this illusion is astonishing. Many pursue it into the gates of
prison, insanity or death. We learned we had to concede fully to
our innermost selves that we are compulsive gamblers. This is the
first step in our recovery. With reference to gambling, the delusion
that we are like other people, or presently may be, has to be smashed.
We have lost the ability to control our gambling. We know that no
real compulsive gambler ever regains control. All of us felt at
times we were regaining control, but such intervals - usually brief
-were inevitably followed by still less control, which led in time
to pitiful and incomprehensible demoralization. We are convinced
that gamblers of our type are in the grip of a progressive illness.
Over any considerable period of time we get worse, never better.
Therefore, in order to lead normal happy lives, we try to practice
to the best of our ability, certain principles in our daily affairs.
International Pharmacists Anonymous is a Fellowship
of pharmacists in recovery who share their experience, strength
and hope with each other that they may solve their common problems
and help others in their recovery from addictive disease. IPA is
not a substitute for other basic 12 Step mutual self-help groups;
each IPA member needs a solid base in one or more of them. IPA is
a supplement and a way to share the special problems of recovery
in our profession. We share with newly recovering pharmacists who
feel isolated, unique, unworthy and hopeless that there is hope.
The only requirement for membership is a desire to find and maintain
recovery. There are no dues or fees for IPA membership; we are self-supporting
through our own contributions. IPA is not allied with any sect,
denomination, political group, organization or institution, does
not wish to engage in any controversy and neither endorses nor opposes
any causes. Our primary purpose is to help members maintain recovery
and help other pharmacists and pharmacy students to achieve recovery.
Alcoholics, Chemically dependent persons and Significant others
JACS is a voluntary mutual-help group for Jews
in recovery from Alcohol and other chemical abuse. Through JACS,
recovering Jews and their families connect with one another, explore
their Jewish roots, and discover resources within Judaism to enhance
their recovery. Founded in 1979 by a group of less than two dozen,
JACS has grown to serve thousands. JACS supplies links to
Jewish belief and tradition that enhance recovery and supplement
the work most of our members do in 12 step fellowships. JACS members
represent the entire spectrum of Jewish experience, background,
affiliation and observance.
Manic Depressives Anonymous
is a fellowship of people who share their experience, strength,
and hope, along with keen insights into living well; that may solve
their common problems and help others into recovery. The only
requirement is a desire to get and stay well.
There are no dues or fees associated with M.D.A. membership;
we are self-supporting through our own contributions. M.D.A.
is not allied with any sect, denomination, political organization
or institution; neither does M.D.A. endorse or oppose any particular
Our primary purpose is to stay well and to help others to
find this new way of life.
Marijuana Anonymous is a fellowship of men and
women who share our experience, strength, and hope with each other
that we may solve our common problem and help others to recover
from marijuana addiction. The only requirement for membership is
a desire to stop using marijuana. There are no dues or fees for
membership. We are self-supporting through our own contributions.
M.A. is not affiliated with any religious or secular institution
or organization and has no opinion on any outside controversies
or causes. Our primary purpose is to stay free of marijuana and
to help the marijuana addict who still suffers achieve the same
freedom. We can do this by practicing our suggested twelve steps
of recovery and by being guided as a group by our twelve traditions.
Marijuana Anonymous uses the basic 12 Steps of Recovery founded
by Alcoholics Anonymous, because it has been proven that the 12
Step Recovery program works
Narcotics Anonymous is an international, community-based
association of recovering drug addicts with more than 28,000 weekly
meetings in 113 countries. Narcotics Anonymous provides a
recovery process and support network inextricably linked together.
Narcotics Anonymous states that one of the keys to its 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 application of the
principles contained within the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions
of NA. The core of the Narcotics Anonymous recovery program is the
Twelve Steps, which include admitting there is a problem, seeking
help, engaging in a thorough self-examination, confidential self-disclosure,
making amends for harm done, and helping drug addicts who want to
recover. Central to the program is an emphasis on what is referred
to as a "spiritual awakening," emphasizing its practical value,
not its philosophical or metaphysical import. Narcotics Anonymous
itself is non-religious and encourages each member to cultivate
an individual understanding, religious or not, of this "spiritual
awakening." Narcotics Anonymous is not affiliated with other organizations,
including other Twelve Step programs, treatment centers, or correctional
facilities. As an organization, NA does not employ professional
counselors or therapists. Narcotics Anonymous has no residential
facilities or clinics, and does not provide vocational, legal, financial,
psychiatric, or medical services. NA has only one mission: to provide
an environment in which addicts can help one another stop using
drugs and find a new way to live.
Nicotine Anonymous® meetings consist of two or
more people getting together to share a common desire to be free
of nicotine. People share their experience, strength and hope. They
learn what others have experienced while withdrawing from nicotine
and how they use the Nicotine Anonymous program to obtain and keep
their "smobriety". Telephone numbers are exchanged and friends are
made. Sponsors are found to help us with the program. Perhaps most
important, we find we are not alone in our struggle against nicotine.
OCD is characterized by recurrent, unwanted and
unpleasant thoughts (obsessions), and or repetitive, ritualistic
behaviors, which the person feels driven to perform (compulsions),
people with OCD know their obsessions and compulsions are irrational
or excessive, yet find they have little or no control over them.
Obsessive Compulsive Anonymous (OCA) Is a fellowship of people
who share their Experience, Strength, and Hope with each other that
they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from
Have you tried diet clubs, shots, pills, weight
doctors, etc., only to achieve short-lived success followed by further
failures-gaining and regaining weight each time? Have you known
the despair of feeling fat? Are you thin now, but know you are on
your way up? Is your eating out of control? Many people want long-term
freedom from their obsession with food and weight and often use
extreme and unhealthy measures to achieve this including purging
and starving. While some are able to achieve this freedom on their
own, the majority struggle most of their lives with the problem.
Overeaters Anonymous (OA) is a program based upon the 12 steps of
Alcoholics Anonymous. Today, it is an organization that has meetings
on every continent and is growing. It treats the food and weight
problem not as a lack of willpower or a moral defect, but as a disease
that can be arrested. This 12-step program offers a recovery for
the physical, emotional and spiritual aspects of compulsive eating.
OA is not a professional diet club. This organization does not endorse
specific food plans or diets. OA offers a message of hope and recovery
from this serious problem. No matter what size you are when you
come to OA, if you want to be free of the obsession with food, the
OA program can work for you. If you want to learn how to live a
life free of compulsive eating, OA can help
Parents Anonymous of Minnesota self-help support
groups meet weekly. With the help of a volunteer professional facilitator,
we provide a place to come together and talk, share experiences
and frustrations, and a place to get support and ideas so we all
can do our best with our children. Our groups are free. There is
no application or waiting list. And while you attend the meeting,
we also offer a free program for your children (all ages are welcome)
Parents Anonymous of Minnesota is made up of people like you. So,
just pick up the phone and give us a call...we’ll tell you about
a group in your area.
The Recovered Alcoholic Clergy Association (RACA)
is a working fellowship of the clergy of the Episcopal Church. Its
membership includes bishops, priests, deacons, members of religious
orders, and seminarians who have made successful recoveries from
the disease of addiction. Its members are found today in almost
every diocese of the United States and in several others churches.
Recoveries Anonymous is a Twelve Step Fellowship
designed especially for those who have searched for recovery in
other programs but have thus far not found it; those who have found
that focusing on, and discussing their self-destructive behavior
and personal problems has not been helpful; as well as those who
have found some recovery but feel that something is still missing
from their lives, their program and their recoveries. For over eighteen
years, Recoveries Anonymous has helped to improve and save the lives
of thousands of men and women who had given up because they believed
they were hopeless. We trust that you will enjoy our site and find,
as we have, that, ''There is a solution!''
Recovering Couples Anonymous (RCA)
is a 12-Step Fellowship founded in the Autumn of 1988. There are
groups throughout the United States, as well as worldwide. Although
there is no organizational affiliation with Alcoholics Anonymous©,
The 12 Steps, 12 Traditions and Principles are adapted from A.A.
The primary purpose of RCA is to help couples find freedom from
dysfunctional patterns in relationships. By using the tools of the
program, we take individual responsibility for the well-being of
the relationship, build new joy, and find intimacy with each other.
We are couples committed to restoring healthy communication, caring
and greater intimacy to our relationships. We suffer from many addictions
and co-addictions; some identified and some not, some treated and
some not. We also come from different levels of brokenness. Many
of us have been separated or near divorce. Some of us are new in
our relationships and seek to build intimacy as we grow together
The S-Anon Family Groups are a fellowship
of the relatives and friends of sexually addicted people who share
their experience, strength and hope in order to solve their common
problems. Our program of recovery is adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous
and is based on the Twelve Steps and the Twelve Traditions. There
are no dues or fees for S-Anon membership; we are self-supporting
through our own contributions. S-Anon is not allied
with any sect, denomination, politics, organization or institution;
it does not wish to engage in any controversy; nor does it endorse
or oppose any causes. Our primary purpose is to recover from the
effects upon us of another person's sexaholism and to help the families
and friends of sexaholics. We do this by applying the Twelve Steps
of S-Anon to our lives and by welcoming and giving
comfort to families of sexaholics.
Addicts Anonymous (SAA)
Sex Addicts Anonymous, S.A.A., is a fellowship
of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with
each other so they may overcome their sexual addiction and help
others recover from sexual addiction or dependency. Sex Addiction
can involve a wide variety of practices. Sometimes an addict has
trouble with just one unwanted behavior, sometimes with many. A
large number of sex addicts say their unhealthy use of sex has been
a progressive process. It may have started with an addiction to
masturbation, pornography (either printed or electronic), or a relationship,
but over the years progressed to increasingly dangerous behaviors.
The essence of all addiction is the addicts' experience of powerlessness
over a compulsive behavior, resulting in their lives becoming unmanageable.
The addict is out of control and experiences tremendous shame, pain
and self-loathing. The addict may wish to stop --- yet repeatedly
fails to do so. The unmanageability of addicts' lives can be seen
in the consequences they suffer: losing relationships, difficulties
with work, arrests, financial troubles, a loss of interest in things
not sexual, low self-esteem and despair.
Sexaholics Anonymous is a fellowship
of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope
with each other that they may solve their common problem and help
others to recover. The only requirement for membership is a desire
to stop lusting and become sexually sober. There are no dues or
fees for SA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions.
SA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization,
or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither
endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stay
sexually sober and help others to achieve sexual sobriety. Sexaholics
Anonymous is a recovery program based on the principles of Alcoholics
Anonymous and received permission from AA to use its Twelve Steps
and Twelve Traditions in 1979.
Sexual Compulsives Anonymous
Sexual Compulsives Anonymous is a fellowship of
men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with
each other, that they may solve their common problem and help others
to recover from sexual compulsion. The only requirement for membership
is a desire to stop having compulsive sex. There are no dues or
fees for SCA membership; we are self-supporting through our own
contributions. SCA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics,
organization, or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy;
neither endorses nor opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is
to stay sexually sober and to help others to achieve sexual sobriety.
Members are encouraged to develop their own sexual recovery plan,
and to define sexual sobriety for themselves. We are not here to
repress our God-given sexuality, but to learn how to express it
in ways that will not make unreasonable demands on our time and
energy, place us in legal jeopardy -- or endanger our mental, physical
or spiritual health.
SA seeks to help individuals stop shoplifting
permanently, by providing effective programs and ongoing support
services in a confidential setting, which have a proven record of
Spender Anonymous is a community of men and women
sharing our experience, strength and hope as we work toward clarity
in our relationship with money. Some of us spend compulsively, or
take on debt that we do not know how to repay. Some of us lack the
confidence in our ability to earn money, while others have money,
but lack the ability to manage it sanely.
of Incest Anonymous
S.I.A., started in 1982, is a 12-step, self-help
recovery program modeled after Alcoholics Anonymous. There are no
dues or fees. Confidentiality is essential to our program. S.I.A.
is for men and women, 18 years and older, who were sexually abused
as children. You will not be rejected because you think your abuse
was "too horrible," and you will not discounted because you think
your abuse wasn't "bad enough to count."
Workaholics Anonymous is a fellowship
of individuals who share their experience, strength, and hope with
each other that they may solve their common problems and help others
to recover from workaholism. The only requirement for membership
is the desire to stop working compulsively. There are no dues or
fees for WA membership; we are self-supporting through our own contributions.
WA is not allied with any sect, denomination, politics, organization
or institution; does not wish to engage in any controversy; neither
endorses not opposes any causes. Our primary purpose is to stop
working compulsively and to carry the message of recovery to workaholics
who still suffer.
The Minnesota Recovery Page is a directory
of resources for recovery from chemical addiction in Minnesota. The Minnesota
Recovery Page is NOT an organization, nor is the Minnesota Recovery Page
endorsed by or affiliated with Alcoholics Anonymous, Al-Anon, or any other
In an effort to be self-supporting, the Minnesota Recovery Page includes
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