Resources in sobriety

Your Comprehensive Collection of Resources

Alcohol and drug addiction is a debilitating, widespread phenomenon, and affects not only the individual dependent on substances, but everyone in their life circle. In order to combat drug and alcohol addiction and help all of those impacted, a multitude of fellowships, groups, and professional communities have come together to help those afflicted. There are a variety of resources available to anyone affected by drug and alcohol abuse, including aid to the individual suffering from substance dependence, their parents, siblings, family, friends, and loved ones.

In order to help everyone affected by addiction, Ready 2 Recover Sober Living Homes has compiled a comprehensive list of recovery resources. If you or a loved one is suffering from alcohol or drug abuse, please take a moment to scan through the following links and and familiarize yourself with all of the resources available to you.

12 Step Recovery Resources

Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc.

General information about Alcoholics Anonymous, discovering whether you are an alcoholic, meetings near you.

Al-Anon & Ala Teen Family Group Headquarters, Inc.

Al-Anon explained, support for those impacted by others’ drinking, local meetings.

Narcotics Anonymous World Services

The NA program explained, meetings in your area, recovery based literature.

Cocaine Anonymous World Services

Explanation of the program, local meetings, literature.

Information and Research

Center for Alcohol and Substance Abuse (CASA) At Columbia University

 Explaining addiction, scientific explanations, prevention, and treatment

University of Texas, at Austin Addiction Science and Education Center

 Scientists communicating the latest findings in addiction and alcoholism to the public.

American Society for Addiction Medicine

Professional society of physicians and related professionals aiding the quality of treatment and providing public information.

National Council of Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Inc. (NCADD)

Education on alcohol and drugs geared towards parents, young people, family and friends,and those in recovery.

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence, Orange County Affiliate

State certified board offering alcohol education, including DUI programs, tobacco intervention, prevention, and treatment.

Government Resources

Office of National Drug Policy and Control

Government resource featuring the latest in drug control strategies,efforts to combat addiction, prescription drug abuse prevention, and general effects of alcohol and drugs in the United States

National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA)

Public information committee providing the latest updates on addiction, including studies, scholarly sources, and current research.

Additional Recovery Resources

Recovery Resources Online

Offering recovery resources, help, support, and a community of those recovering and effected by a loved one’s addiction.

Living Cyber- AA Online

General information on addiction, treatment, and prevention.

Recovery Resources Online

A comprehensive list of drug and alcohol rehab centers in your area.

Women for Sobriety

Non Profit organization focused on helping women overcome and recover from alcohol addiction.

12 Step Alternative Recovery Communities

Smart Recovery

Alcohol and Drug recovery program offering an alternative to the 12 Steps focusing on self-empowerment.

LifeRing Secular

Abstinence based recovery community.

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We strongly encourage anyone negatively impacted by alcohol and drug abuse to review the information provided. The resources we included are compiled from doctors, scientists, government boards, and professionals working to better understand and combat addiction, as well as everyday individuals who have firsthand experience recovering from the nightmare that is substance abuse.

If you are someone you love needs help with recovering from addiction, please contact us today at (800) 214-3787 for a safe, comfortable home to being the transition into sobriety. We hope the information was helpful, and look forward to helping you in any way that we can.

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