Support Groups

Support groups can be a vital source of guidance, assistance and encouragement during one’s journey of recovery. Regularly attending group meetings play an important role in staying sober. We’ve provided a list of groups for individuals and families that may be the right kind of support you need.

Support Groups for Individuals

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) – A 12-step program that helps alcoholics remain sober and helps other alcoholics achieve sobriety

Narcotics Anonymous – A 12-step program designed to help people with varied substance abuse issues

Dual Recovery Anonymous – A 12-step program that helps people recover from chemical dependency and who are affected by an emotional and psychiatric illness

Cocaine Anonymous – A 12-step program designed for people who seek recovery from cocaine, crack, speed or similar substances.

Crystal Meth Anonymous – A 12-step program that helps crystal meth addicts remain sober and helps others users achieve sobriety

Marijuana Anonymous – A 12-step program for people with a common desire to remain sober from marijuana use

National Alliance on Mental Illness – The nation’s largest grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness

Support Groups for Families

Al-Anon Family Groups – A 12-step program of recovery for the families and friends of alcoholics

Nar-Anon – A 12-step program for family and friends affected by someone