Recovery Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous - AA is a 12-step support group for recovering alcoholics. This site provides guides for running an AA group as well as information on how to find an AA group.

Association of Recovery Schools - This organization provides information on high schools focused on supporting students in recovery. There is a list of recovery high schools across the country.

The Collegiate Recovery Movement - This research report from the Hazelden Betty Ford Institute explains the difficulties college students in recovery face and describes the benefits of College Recovery Programs (CRPs).

Continuing Care Guide - This guide from the Partnership for Drug-Free Kids and the Treatment Research Institute (TRI) provides information on how people in recovery can maintain sobriety including 12 step meetings, appointments with addiction specialists, family involvement among other things.

Faces & Voices of Recovery - A national non-profit organization committed to organizing and mobilizing the millions of Americans in long-term recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs, our families, friends, and allies to speak with one voice.

Narcotics Anonymous - NA is a 12-step support group for people in recovery from any drug addiction. This site provides information about meetings across the country as well as resource for meeting facilitators.

Oxford House International - Oxford Houses are democratically run, self-supporting and drug free home. Oxford House Inc. connects all Oxford Houses and provides information and resources for those interested in creating their own Oxford House.

Recovery Resource Institute - A leading non-profit research institute of Massachusetts General Hospital and Harvard Medical School, dedicated to the advancement of addiction treatment & recovery.

Thoughts on Recovery from Patients - Videos of individuals report the most important things they have learned through addiction and recovery.

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