Oxford House is the umbrella organization for a network of more than 1,200 democratically-run, self-supporting, and drug-free group homes throughout the country.
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The Pascua Yaqui Tribe of Arizona: Guadalupe Community Change Oriented Recovery Effort provides quality, competent, and culturally compatible peer services to tribal and community members investigating or seeking support in ending a substance use or dependence. It also promotes healing, wellness, and sobriety for individuals, families, and the community.
Pills Anonymous, a self-help, self-supporting, anonymous 12-step program, is based on Alcoholics Anonymous. It is designed for those who want to help themselves and others recover from chemical dependency.
The Pennsylvania Recovery Organization - Achieving Community Togehter (PRO-ACT), a grassroots recovery support initiative in southeastern Pennsylvania (Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Montgomery, and Philadelphia counties), has provided prevention, intervention, and recovery support services, as well as education and advocacy, to the community for 11 years. It provides a growing matrix of peer-to-peer support services, which has led to the opening of three recovery community centers, now a hub for all recovery services.
The Recover Project is a community opened to all concerned with alcohol and drug dependency. It exists to foster recovery and empower individuals, families, and the greater community of Franklin County.
Recover Wyoming is a safe, welcoming, sober space that allows people from all recovery backgrounds to come together to socialize, access information and resources, and volunteer.
The Recovery Alliance of El Paso was organized in 1998 to fight discrimination against people in recovery from substance use disorders and is now dedicated to providing peer-to-peer recovery support services.
Recovery Consultants of Atlanta is a nonprofit, faith-based organization founded by concerned, committed, and spiritually centered members of metro Atlanta's recovery community. It collaborates with faith (primarily churches) and community-based organizations, develops peer-to-peer support services and programs, and works to build a network of recovering individuals.
Recovery Living Network, a global communications network, focuses on dependency recovery and prevention, using the power of personal experience, celebrity influence, and mass media communication to help individuals when alcohol, drugs, or other excessive behaviors have become a problem in their lives.
This international nonprofit organization offers free, self-empowering, science-based mutual help groups for abstaining from any substance or activity dependence. SMART stands for Self-Management and Recovery Training. The SMART Recovery 4-Point Program® helps people recover from all types of dedependency behaviors, including alcohol, drugs, substance misuse, gambling, and dependence on other substances and activities.