Reviewed Addictions Community Links
(viewing 6 - 10 of 11)LifeRing Secular Recovery
LifeRing is a network of support groups for people who want to be free of alcohol and addictive drugs. They are a group for people who have learned through experience that the only solution that works for them is to abstain completely. They see the power to get clean and sober inside each person. Through the positive reinforcement of the group process, that power becomes dominant in each person and enables them to lead clean and sober lives. The website provides information about the group, including frequently asked questions, publications, an online forum area for support, and links to local meetings.Christians in Recovery
Members work to regain and maintain balance and order in their lives through active discussion of the 12 Steps, the Bible, and experiences in their own recovery. The only purpose of Christians in Recovery is to provide information and referral for anyone who desires to recover from abuse, family dysfunction, addictions of alcohol, drugs, food, pornography etc. Christians in Recovery does not engage in providing individualized professional services or counseling.Teen-Anon
Teen-Anon is a site for children and those close to them who are affected by substance abuse. It is user friendly and informative.LifeRing: Secular Organizations for Sobriety
LifeRing Secular Recovery is an alternative, recovery method for those alcoholics or drug addicts who are uncomfortable with the spiritual content of widely available 12-step programs. It is a rich resource, but the home page is very busy with navigation options and graphics. Helpful FAQ answers questions in a direct manner about the organization and what it's all about.Moderation Management
Moderation Management (MM) is a behavioral change program and national support group network for people concerned about their drinking and who desire to make positive lifestyle changes. MM empowers individuals to accept personal responsibility for choosing and maintaining their own path, whether moderation or abstinence. MM promotes early self-recognition of risky drinking behavior, when moderate drinking is a more easily achievable goal. The website provides information about the organization as well as links to live meetings, online support options, and tools/publications for assessing and managing your drinking.