Arizona-HOPE, Inc.'s mission is to deliver recovery-based community services using empathy from our own experience to ensure every individual achieves the most fulfilling life possible.
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The Alaska Peer Support Consortium is a sustainable community of peer leaders dedicated to making Alaska's health system one of the best and most peer-driven in the world.
Abraham Low Self-Help System meeting groups are safe places to talk about life’s struggles with others who have experienced similar struggles in their lives.
Addiction Survivors is dedicated to providing online peer support communities for people dependent on drugs or alcohol, and their families, and friends.
The AIDS Services Center of New York City’s comprehensive programs include state-of-the-art peer education and training, harm reduction, specialized women’s services, HIV counseling and testing, mental illness services, medical and holistic care, case management, support groups, and many other innovative programs that help New York City’s most vulnerable individuals and families to survive and thrive in the face of HIV and AIDS.
Al-Anon/Alateen is a 12-step mutual support program that provides groups for adults and teenagers who are the families and friends of people with an alcohol use disorder.
Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had an alcohol use disorder. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her alcohol use disorder.
The American Self-Help Sourcebook is a searchable database of more than 1,100 national, international, and online self-help support groups for substance use disorders, bereavement, health, mental illness, disabilities, abuse, parenting, caregiver concerns, and other stressful life situations.
Anesthetists in Recovery is a network of recovering nurse anesthetists. Members help one another through phone support, information, and referrals to groups and treatment.
The Association of Persons Affected by Addiction (APAA) is a nonprofit recovery community organization designed to engage the faces and voices of the recovery community in reducing public misonceptions. It provides peer-to-peer recovery community support services.