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TYPES OF MEETINGS:  OPEN, CLOSED, ETC.

DIFFERENT ANONYMOUS PROGRAMS:  AA, NA, DRA,ETC.

AA MEETING LOCATOR

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OTHER MEETINGS LOCATOR

INTERNET MEETINGS

NON-OFFICIAL RECOVERY LINKS & STUFF

Types of Meetings

Open:  All are welcome, but discussion must be confined to problems dealing with alcohol.

Closed:  Attendance is limited to those who have a desire to stop drinking. If you think you have a problem with alcohol, you are welcome at the meeting. Still, discussion must be confined to problems dealing with alcohol.

Discussion:  Someone (most often, the meeting chairperson) picks a topic related to alcoholism or recovery for discussion.

Big Book Study:  After a reading from the Big Book, Alcoholics Anonymous, a topic from the reading is discussed, as it relates to alcoholism.

Step Study:  After a reading from the book, Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, the '12 x 12', a topic from the reading is discussed, as it relates to alcoholism.

Special Interest Groups:  Gay, Young People's, Men's, Women's, etc.- Where members identify with others. These are not the "core" groups of AA, and some members even oppose their existence because they say they are "exclusive", rather than "all inclusive". The third tradition of Alcoholics Anonymous states, "The only requirement for AA membership is a desire to stop drinking."

 

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AA MEETING LOCATORS:

 

 

 

Alcoholics-Anonymous.org       

12StepMeetings.org  -  List of 12 step meetings.  

CyberSober.com - Maps to Meetings! -CyberSober - The resource for recovery. Alcoholics, Narcotics, Gamblers, and Overeaters Anonymous meetings! Find more than 200,000 meetings, hospitals and treatment centers with Maps and Directions.

www.naatp.org - National Association of Addiction Treatment Providers.

Sober 24

The 12 Step Cafe

12 STEPS RECOVERY AND SUPPORT FOR FAMILY AND FRIENDS OF A.A. AND N.A.

http://www.sober.org/Meetings.html - our Big Book, Alcoholics Anonymous (and 12 Steps and 12 Traditions), ... statements in meetings, in one-on-one discussions and sponsorship. 

Alcoholics Anonymous Central Offices Listings for US and Canada. 

Regional AA Listings. (Provided by AA World Services.)

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NA MEETING LOCATORS:

http://www.na.org/

CyberSober.com - Maps to Meetings! -CyberSober - The resource for recovery. AA, NA, GA, OA meetings! Find more than 200,000 meetings, hospitals and treatment centers with Maps and Directions.

Meeting Finder - links to find 12 step recovery programs - A page to help find twelve step meetings for recovery from alcoholism and addictions. 

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OTHER MEETINGS LOCATORS:

SCA-Recovery.org - Sexual Compulsive Anonymous site.  All steps and info listed.

12StepMeetings.org  -  List of 12 step meetings. 

http://www.oaregion10.org/workshops.html  - Overeaters Anonymous, a 12 Step compulsive overeating recovery program, ... Keeping in touch with your sponsor; Ongoing housekeeping - 4th and 5th step ...

http://www.obsessiveeatersanonymous.org/ - Sponsor is a member who guides you. through the Steps). 

Meeting Finder - links to find 12 step recovery programs - A page to help find twelve step meetings for recovery from alcoholism and addictions. 

CMA Meetings in Los Angeles. (Crystal Meth Anonymous)

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DIFFERENT

Dual Diagnosis  - For  Addition and Mental Illness.

Alcoholism.about.com - Enormous amounts of information available on this website regarding any form of addiction, abuse, or recovery from most anything imaginable.  Also - online discussion meetings - 24/7.

Survivors of Incest Anonymous - Official Site.

Adult Children of Alcoholics- Official Site.

CoDependents Anonymous- Official Site.

Emotions Anonymous- Official Site.

Al-Anon & Al-Ateen- Official Site.

National Center for PTSD- Official Site.

Nicotine Anonymous- Official Site.

Overcomers In Christ- Official Site.

12StepMeetings.org  -  List of 12 step meetings.  

SCA-Recovery.org - Sexual Compulsive Anonymous site.  All steps and info listed.

OARegion10.org - Overeaters Anonymous, a 12 Step compulsive overeating recovery program, Keeping in touch with your sponsor; Ongoing housekeeping - 4th and 5th step.

ObsessiveEatersAnonymous.org - sponsor is a member who guides you. through the Steps). ... 12. Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these Steps, we tried to ...

ADDANON.com - ADDanon -  Check it out.

Meeting Finder - links to find 12 step recovery programs - A page to help find twelve step meetings for recovery from alcoholism and addictions. 

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Non-Official Recovery Links & Stuff:

Recovery from Sexual Abuse

Help to Stop Smoking

Dissociative Disorders Support

Secret Shame (Self Injury Info & Resouces)

SAFE-Alternatives (Self Abuse Finally Ends)

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This website is not intended to replace a sponsor, but rather to aide you and your sponsor in recovery.  This is just a way to start working the steps, and share in someone else's experience, strength and hope.  

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This Website was last updated on:  June 17, 2008

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