Mutual Help Groups Options Include:

  • Alcoholics Anonymous

    This well-known mutual help group uses a Twelve Step approach to sobriety
  • AA Agnostica

    A web-based resource that provides a secular interpretation of the AA Twelve Steps
  • Dual Recovery Anonymous

    A mutual help group for alcoholism combined with emotional or psychiatric illness
  • LifeRing

    Confidential, peer-based support to encourage personal growth and empowerment
  • Moderation Management

    A support group for people who want to moderate their alcohol use
  • Rational Recovery

    A counterpoint to AA, RR views alcoholism as a voluntary behavior, not a disease
  • Secular Organization for Sobriety

    Non-profit network of support groups that do not use AA's Twelve Steps
  • SMART Recovery

    Tools for recovery, self-empowerment, and self reliance, online or in groups
  • Women for Sobriety

    Helping women overcome alcohol and other addictions through the “New Life” program
  • Men for Sobriety

    An offshoot of Women For Sobriety, MFS recognizes the complex role of men in society