For Families

12 Step Recovery
Resources, links, and support for familes in recovery.

About Our Kids star[offsite link]
A New York-based child/adolescent parenting and mental health clearinghouse.

ACA/ACOA In Cyberspace star[offsite link]
Resources for Adult Children of Alcoholics.

Addictions and Children at Bella Online star
Resources, statistics and up-to-date news regarding prevention and support for families and educators.

Anonymity 102 star
Disclosing our addiction personally may not be so difficult. Disclosing our addiction to health care providers should never be a problem but it can be. How can we be honest and protect ourselves when health and life insurance becomes an issue?

Co-Dependents Anonymous star[offsite link]
Co-Dependents Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships. The only requirement for membership is a desire for healthy and fulfilling relationships.

Day By Day star[offsite link]
Resources for young people, parents and professionals.

Deny and Enable star
It is common for anyone in an addiction to be in denial. And where there is an addict, there is an enabler. But how long can someone stand by, deny and enable a loved one who is addicted. Who is sickest?

DivorceCare star[offsite link]
While they do not deal directly with 12 Step recovery, they are a support group.

Is a Loved One Addicted? star
Addiction affects the entire family. If you have an addicted loved one, especially one in denial, you must get help for you. This is an honest appraisal of addictive behavior that is important for you to know.

Laura Davis / Reconciliation star[offsite link]
Reconciliation and resolution resources from The co-author of "The Courage to Heal."

Online Al-Anon Outreach star[offsite link]
Online resources specifically for Al-Anon members (families/friends in alcholic environments seeking support).

Recovering Couples star[offsite link]
A support group for couples with one, or both members in recovery.

S-Anon star[offsite link]
If you have been affected by someone elseĀ“s sexual behavior, you can find help in S-Anon,

So You Love An Alcoholic star
Guest Author, Jody, writes "I would not be in recovery (Alanon) today without all the alcoholics in my life, sober and active. I'm grateful for each and every one".

There is a Solution (Al-Anon) star[offsite link]
Al-Anon-related tips for families in recovery in relation to an alcoholic.

To Our Moms star
We celebrate our mothers one day a year. I would like to dedicate the entire month to them and to focus on the relationships we share or have shared with them. Men, this is for you, too. A son-mother relationship may be different but moms are still moms.

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