What are the anonymous groups?

There are many options available outside of the 12 steps. We've put together a full list of services and resources for people who may be looking for more than just a list of 12 Step programs and services. However, below is a full list of 12-step programs. These programs range from drug and alcohol addiction to eating disorders and even love and sex addiction.

Alcoholics Anonymous is a community of people who come together to solve their drinking problem. It doesn't cost anything to attend A, A. There are no age or education requirements to participate. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about their drinking problem.

A, A. When practiced as a way of life, they can drive out the obsession with drinking and allow the patient to recover from alcoholism. The Twelve Traditions apply to A, A. It maintains its unity and relates to the world around it.

This booklet describes who A, A, s are and what we have learned about alcoholism. This booklet answers many of the common questions people have about alcoholism and A, A. Information for people who may have a drinking problem. It is also useful for those who are in contact with those people.

If you repeatedly drink more than you think or want, you may be an alcoholic. Emotions Anonymous's 12-step recovery program is for people who experience anxiety, grief, depression, anger, low self-esteem, and other emotional difficulties. In addition to the 12 steps, Emotions Anonymous is based on 12 traditions, 12 concepts and 12 promises. Emotions Anonymous uses a 12-step program similar to that of other recovery groups, but specific to emotional challenges.

If you or a loved one needs help finding the 12-step meeting, whether it's Alcoholics Anonymous, Faith-Based, Anonymous Marijuana, or any other gathering, Oregon Trail Recovery can help you find the right meeting in person or remotely.