Outside Resources and Links
Here are some links to other websites and organizations that we hope will be helpful to you and your family.
12 Steps Unlocked is a new book written by our program director, Dell Miller, and his wife, Linda. Unlock the true power of the Twelve Step program. This book offers men and women insight into the underlying workings of the Twelve Steps. For those in recovery as well as those involved in addictions counseling. The 12 Steps Unlocked website contains summaries of each step and worksheets to help guide you through them.
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Better Choices House is a gender-specific halfway house environment for recovering individuals who have completed primary treatment for drug or alcohol abuse. Better Choices House is currently accepting resident applications.Alcoholics Anonymousis a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from alcoholism. Here you will find information on publications, read contributions from members, and find meetings near you.
Al-Anon Family Groups support families and friends of those struggling with addiction. Al-Anon meetings are a place to share experiences, questions, and fellowship with others in similar situations. Al-Anon also offers Alateen, a support group for teens who have a parent, step-parent, grandparent, friend, sibling, or other person in their life who is dealing with a drinking problem.
Narcotics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women for whom drugs has become a mojor problem. This site has information about the organization, its publications, and local meetings.
Nar-Anon is a twelve step program designed to help family and friends of addicts recover from the effects of living with an addicted relative or friend.SoberRecoveryprovides links to detox and treatment centers all over the US, and has information on resources for mental health disorders, eating disorders, and drug and alcohol abuse.
New Life Recovery Network has extensive treatment center listings and information about many kinds of addiction and mental illness.
The 12 Step Cafe supports 12 step programs and those people who follow a path of recovery in their lives. Here you will find links to helpful resources, information about 12 step programs, a forum to talk with others in recovery, and more.
Alcoholics Anonymous Links Page: Categories include AA history, research, chat rooms, AA meetings by state and country, the "Big Book," recovery, clubs, workshops, news groups, conferences, conventions, merchandise for sale, online support, and resources.
12step.org: Resources and information about the 12 step program. This site will help you get started with a 12 step program, find a meeting, find helpful worksheets for the steps, and decide which 12 step program is right for you.
Minnesota Recovery Page: Not just for those in Minnesota, the Minnesota Recovery Page has information about recovery for people everywhere.