The Bangor Area Recovery Network's mission is to provide a sustainable and reliable community recovery center that supports the needs of people affected by substance misuse.
Peer/Mutual Support Groups
Benzodiazepine Anonymous is a mutual support group for people in recovery from benzodiazepines (Xanax®, Halcion®, Valium®, Ativan®, Dalmane®, Librium®, etc.) or any other prescription drug. BA uses its own lists of 12 steps and 12 goals.
Calix Society is a 12-step fellowship of Catholics with an alcohol use disorder who help one another maintain sobriety through Alcoholics Anonymous. The group is concerned with abstinence and spiritual development of the whole personality of each member.
The Center for Recovery and Wellness Resources is a place where people can receive recovery support. It provides peer-recovery-based services with mostly volunteers, people in recovery, and family members.
The purpose of Chemically Dependent Anonymous is to carry the message of recovery to the chemically dependent person with a desire to abstain from alcohol and drugs.
The Chicago Recovering Communities Coalition provides support services to individuals in or seeking recovery from alcohol, other drugs, and mental illness.
The Clergy Recovery Network exists to support, encourage, and provide resources to religious professionals in recovery.
Co-Anon Family Groups is a fellowship of men and women who are husbands, wives, parents, relatives, or close friends of someone who is chemically dependent. This is primarily a 12-step program that combines self-support and mutual support systems.
Cocaine Anonymous World Services is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength, and hope with each other so that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from their substance use disorder.
Communities for Recovery supports long-term recovery for people with substance use and co-occurring mental health conditions by partnering with communities to provide volunteer peer-supported recovery programs and services.