Using an approach to recovery based primarily on science,
psychology, psychiatry or something different than a 12 step, religious
or spiritual approach.
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Described as "A space for AA agnostics, atheists and
freethinkers worldwide", it presents the A.A. steps from an
agnostic perspective. There are many articles from many
different authors as well as news items about how this approach
has not always been we ...
From their FAQ:
Is LifeRing Similar to AA or NA?
Yes and No. Like AA/NA, we are abstinence-based. We are a group
for people who have learned through experience that the only
solution that works for us is to abstain completely.
Unlike AA/NA, w ...
Takes a psychological approach to addiction recovery.
Addictive Voice Recognition Technique ® (AVRT®)
is an approach to addiction recovery based upon the experiences
of people who have actually recovered independently, as an
expression of mora ...
"SMART Recovery® offers free face-to-face and online mutual
help groups. SMART Recovery® (Self-Management And Recovery
Training) helps people recover from all types of addictive
behaviors, including: alcoholism, drug abuse, substance abuse,
drug addiction ...
SOS stands for Secular Organizations for Sobriety or,
alternatively, "Save Our Selves". It was started by a
former A.A. member in the 1980s who sought a less religious
approach to gaining sobriety. It is based on the "Sobriety
Priority" principle which pu ...