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The Ark Foundation
Provides help for alcoholics within the catering industry and aims to increase the awareness of the extremely serious nature of alcoholism.
"Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically-dependent-persons, and Significant-others" offers writings about Judaism and recovery. Includes a list of groups.
OO is a bridge between the traditional 12-Step programs and the church. Christian based.
What is JACS?
Brief statements about what JACS is and is not. This organization is known as Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically dependant persons, and Significant others.
Alcoholism Recovery Resources
A page of links to AA and Al-Anon resources. Includes chats, newsgroups, recovery software, gifts, and drunk humor.
Matt Talbot Retreats
A group of recovering alcoholics who find Matt Talbot spiritual retreats have helped them to practice the steps and achieve a greater degree of serenity and joy.
Overcomers Recovery Support
Their program offers twelve-step recovery education and Biblical counseling.
Women For Sobriety
WFS is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping women overcome alcoholism and other addictions.
Children of Alcoholics Foundation
COAF is a national non-profit that provides a range of educational materials and services to help professionals, children, and adults break the cycle of parental substance abuse.
A Parenting Perspective - Children of Alcoholics
Ways to reduce the risk that the child of an alcoholic will be become an alcoholic.
Getting Them Sober
Free videos and free reports, for recovering persons and health professionals; ongoing discussion bulletin board for support and to post seminars, job openings in health; free email newsletter.
Edmonton Sober Club Applies for Liquor License to Avoid No-Smoking Bylaw
The city wouldn't allow an exception to smoking laws. A liquor license may let sober members smoke in an alcohol free environment.
This site contains articles and news of interest to recovering alcoholics.
AV is a growing network of Twelve Step groups that approach recovery from a Christian perspective. People who recognize Jesus Christ as their Higher Power gather to share their experience, strength, and hope.
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