12-Step Recovery Groups

12-step recovery groups, while not a substitute for treatment, can play a crucial role in recovery and continued sobriety. AA/NA (and similar) meetings are available all over the world and are open to anyone with a desire to stop using or drinking.

The following list, while not comprehensive, will link you to both well-known and less-familiar 12-step and other support groups for recovery.


12-Step Recovery Groups

UPDATED MAY 15, 2021

Support Groups for Addiction


For Families & Others Impacted by Addiction & Mental Illness


Secular Alternatives


Faith-Based Alternatives


Additional Support Groups & Organizations


AA Sites for agnostics and atheists: AA Agnostica and AA Beyond Belief


Do you know of a 12-step support group not listed here? Share in a comment!

Cassie Jewell, M.Ed., LPC, LSATP


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Author: Cassie Jewell

Cassie Jewell has a Master's degree in Community Counseling and is licensed as a professional counselor (LPC) and substance abuse treatment practitioner (LSATP) in the Commonwealth of Virginia.

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