Of Special Note:

  • Curious about the history of agnostic groups in
    AA? Read more at the AA Agnostica website here.

  • Not sure if Al-Anon is for you? Find out more
    information here.

  • If you have been diagnosed with bipolar
    disorder and addiction and want to talk to other
    people who have been there, check out the
    Dual Diagnosis Chat Room at Bipolar World here.

  • Get your questions about Recovering Couples Anonymous answered here.

Occupational Recovery Mutual Aid Groups

There are mutual aid opportunities for doctors, lawyers, nurses, anesthesiologists and other professionals seeking or in recovery and their families. There are also employee-based assistance programs

Find out more about occupational mutual aid groups.

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What is Mutual Aid?

Mutual aid is the process of giving and receiving non-clinical and non-professional help to achieve long-term recovery from addiction.

There are mutual aid groups for people seeking, initiating and sustaining their recovery and for their families and significant others.

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Welcome to Faces & Voices Guide to Mutual Aid Resources. Find out about the growing number and scope of volunteer recovery mutual aid groups. This one-stop resource is for people in or seeking recovery from addiction, their families and friends and for addiction treatment service providers and other allied service professionals. Numerous research studies have shown that mutual aid groups play a significant role in the process of recovery. Here you can learn about the many varieties of online and in-person mutual aid groups that are helping people find and sustain their recovery from addiction to alcohol and other drugs.