Worldwide Resources

*Alcoholics Anonymous – for anyone who thinks they may have a problem with alcohol

*Al-Anon – for family (including children) & friends whose lives are affected by a person with addictive behaviours

*Anorexics and Bulimics Anonymous – for anyone who thinks that they may have anorexia or bulimia

*CoDA (Co-dependents Anonymous) – for anyone with symptoms of co-dependency

*Debtors Anonymous – for anyone who thinks they may have problems with spending, debts or finances

*Families Anonymous – for people whose lives are affected by drug addiction in the family

*Gamblers Anonymous – for anyone who thinks they may have a problem with gambling

*Narcotics Anonymous – for anyone who thinks they may have a problem with drugs (including alcohol)

*Overeaters Anonymous – for anyone who thinks they may be an anorexic, bulimic, compulsive overeater or have a food disorder

*Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous – for anyone who thinks they may have problems with sex or love

*12 Step fellowships are worldwide mutual-aid groups which help people seeking freedom from various addictive behaviours. There are no fees for membership and they are not connected with any religion, politics or institutions. Anyone can join regardless of age, race, sexual identity, creed, religion or lack of religion.