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Addiction Recovery Support Groups You May Not Know About

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Smart Recovery uses cognitive behavioral therapy to tackle addiction. If you can control what you think, you can control your feelings. This program also encourages participants to become involved in enjoyable activities to replace their former substance-abuse activities.

Celebrate Recovery is a faith-based program founded by Christopher Warren, the author of “The Purpose Driven Life”. It’s estimated that more than 10,000 evangelical churches offer this program, which calls itself a “Christ-centered 12-step program.”

Women for Sobriety seeks to empower women by getting rid of negative thoughts and replacing them with positive, self-affirming thoughts. The founder of this group, Jean Kirkpatrick, believed that women drink as a way to deal with emotional issues—and that healing begins with a strong sense of self-worth.

Secular Organizations for Sobriety is a non-profit network of autonomous recovery support groups. Rational decision-making is emphasized in this program, which is not spiritual or religious.

Cocaine Anonymous and Marijuana Anonymous are both 12-step programs designed to help people manage these specific addictions.

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