International Doctors in Alcoholics Anonymous is a group of approximately 6,000 recovering health care professionals of doctorate level who help one another achieve and maintain sobriety from substance use disorders.
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International Lawyers in Alcoholics Anonymous is a clearinghouse for support groups for lawyers recovering from alcohol or other chemical dependencies.
Intervention 911 works with families nationwide to bring loved ones suffering from chemical dependencies to treatment. The organization also gives family and friends the tools they need to heal during the recovery process.
Lawyers Helping Lawyers provides confidential, nondisciplinary help for lawyers, judges, law students, and their family members with mental and/or substance use disorders. Assistance may take many forms, such as assessment, professional consultation, information about and referral to treatment resources, informal and formal interventions, and monitoring.
The Lifehouse Recovery Connection exists to serve the Recovery Community. It offers training and certification to those seeking to utilize peer-to-peer coaching and sober lodging to those in recovery. It also facilitates pathways to recovery by support services as a recognized recovery community organization.
LifeRing, an international nonprofit organization, offers sober, secular self-help. Members rely on the strength of each individual and the influence of sober conversation to sbstain from alcohol and drugs. This organization brings people together via face-to-face and online support groups, and provides sobriety tools through original books, publications, and interactive online resources.
Long Island Recovery Association is a grassroots organization that brings together individuals in recovery, along with families, friends, and allies to advocate for the rights and needs of those affected by chemical dependency.
Marijuana Anonymous World Services is a fellowship of men and women who share a desire to stop using marijuana. They accomplish their goals by using the basic 12 steps of recovery founded by Alcoholics Anonymous.
Men Against Destruction Defending Against Drugs and Social Disorder provides family activities, community education, speaking engagements, and “surrogate fathers” who listen to and care about street teens.
The MENTOR/National Mentoring Partnership is widely acknowledged as the nation’s premier advocate and resource for the expansion of mentoring initiatives nationwide. MENTOR leverages resources and provides the support and tools that mentoring organizations need to effectively serve young people in their communities.