Links and Resources

Here are some links to other websites and groups that you and your family might find useful.

Better Choices House is a halfway house for people who have finished primary treatment for drug or alcohol abuse and are still working on getting better. Better Choices House is currently taking applications from people who want to live there.

Alcoholics Anonymous is a group of men and women who share their experiences, strengths, and hopes with each other so that they can solve their common problem and help others recover from alcoholism. You can find out about publications, read what other members have written, and look up meetings in your area.

Al-Anon Family Groups help the families and friends of people who are having trouble with drugs or alcohol. At Al-Anon meetings, people in similar situations can talk about their problems, ask questions, and get to know each other. Al-Anon also has a support group for teens whose parents, step-parents, grandparents, friends, siblings, or other important people in their lives have a drinking problem. This group is called Alateen.

Narcotics Anonymous is a group of men and women who have a lot of trouble with drugs. This site has information about the group, its publications, and meetings in your area.

Nar-Anon is a twelve-step program that helps addicts’ families and friends deal with the effects of living with an addict.

SoberRecovery has links to detox and treatment centers all over the US. It also has information about resources for mental health disorders, eating disorders, and drug and alcohol abuse.

New Life Recovery Network has a large list of treatment centers and a lot of information about many types of addiction and mental illness.

The 12 Step Cafe helps 12 step programs and people who are trying to get their lives back on track. Here, you can find links to helpful resources, information about 12 step programs, a place to talk with other people in recovery, and more.

Alcoholics Anonymous Links Page: There are sections for AA history, research, chat rooms, AA meetings by state and country, the “Big Book,” recovery, clubs, workshops, news groups, conferences, conventions, merchandise for sale, online support, and resources. has information and resources about the 12 step program. This site will help you get started with a 12 step program, find a meeting, find helpful worksheets for the steps, and figure out which 12 step program is right for you.

Minnesota Recovery Page: The information on the Minnesota Recovery Page isn’t just for people in Minnesota. People from all over the world can use it to learn about recovery.

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