What follows is information on services that can help the addict/alcoholic, as well as their family and loved ones.  The first is a link that will bring you to a complete list of every mutual aid, 12-step or peer guided recovery community in the United States:

and as follows is a list of treatment centers that I recommend:

Treatment Centers:

 The Gentle Path/Patrick Carnes

Pine Grove Treatment Center

304 Emerald Lane

Hattiesburg, MS 39401 US

Phone: 888-574-4673


Sante Center for Healing

914 Country Club Rd.

Argyle, TX 76226 US

Phone: (940) 464-7222

Fax: (940) 464-7220


Sante Center

P.O. Box 448

Argyle, TX 76226 US


Pia’s (Pia Melody) Place, Inc.

615 Hillside Avenue

Prescott, AZ 86301 US

Phone: 928-445-5081

Fax: 928-445-0395 /


S.T.A.R. (outpatient)

300 E. Lancaster Ave., Suite 315

Wynnewood, PA 19096 US

Phone: (610) 658-2737

Fax: (610) 658-2739 /


Sierra Tucson, Inc.

39580 S. Lago del Oro Parkway

Tucson, AZ 85739 US

Phone: 520-624-4000

Fax: 520-818-5869


The Meadows

1655 N. Tegner

Wickenburg, AZ 85390-1461 US

Phone: (800) 632-3697

Fax: (928) 684-3261 /


Keystone Center-ECU

2000 Providence Ave.

Chester, PA 19013 US

Phone: (800) 733-6840

Fax: (610) 876-2217


Sexual Recovery Institute (two week inpatient programs)
914 S. Robertson Blvd., Suite #200
Los Angeles, CA 90035

Admissions: (866) 585-9174

International Callers: (310) 360-0130


The Ranch

P.O. Box 38 Nunnelly, Tennessee 37137

Phone: (866) 381-8447 | Fax: (931) 729-9632 |

Callers outside the United States please call (931) 729-9631.


Caron (inpatient, 28 days, week and weekends)

Breakthrough (one week or weekends)

7 Camp Road

Wernersville, PA 19565

Mailing address:

P.O. Box 150

Wernersville, PA 19565



Caron Philadelphia Regional Office

450 Plymouth Road – Suite 301

Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462



The Betty Ford Center

39000 Bob Hope Dr

Rancho Mirage, CA 92270

Phone – (760) 773-4100

Toll Free – (800) 434-7365



P.O. Box 11

15251 Pleasant Valley Rd.

Center City, Minn. 55012-0011

Phone: 800-257-7810 or 651-213-4200





Practical Recovery– SMART/ evidence-based and Non 12 Step Orientated Recovery Treatment

8950 Villa La Jolla Drive, Suite B214

La Jolla, CA 92037-1708

Phone: (858) 453-4777, (800) 977-6110

Sandra Jacobs, our intake coordinator (ext. 515)Fax: (858) 455-0141


Web Site:


Seabrook House

133 Polk Lane

PO Box 5055

Seabrook, NJ 08302

Phone: 856.455.7575

Help Line: 1.800.761.7575

Web Site:

Email: For general information about programs and services:


Little Hill-Alina Lodge

Long Term Residential Rehabilitation Center

61 Ward Road, Blairstown, NJ 07825 –

Toll Free Phone: 800-575-6343

Denise Moore, Director of Admissions


Mirmont Treatment Center

(in house treatment / outpatient program)

100 Yearsley Mill Road

Lima, PA  19063

1-800-846-4656 or 610-744-1400


Oasis Drug Treatment Center

222 West Ball Road

Anaheim, CA 92805-6046

(714) 635-6112


Balboa Horizons Recovery Rehab for Women

1132 West Balboa Boulevard

Newport Beach, CA 92661-1091

(866) 316-4012


Prescott House for Men

214 N. Arizona Avenue

Prescott, AZ 86301

Toll Free: 1 866 425 HOPE (4673)

Local: 928 776 8251


 Web sites for all 12-step programs and mutual aid societies


Alcoholics Anonymous

A.A. World Services, Inc.,

P.O. Box 459,

New York, NY 10163

(212) 870-3400

Street Location:

A.A. World Services, Inc., 11th Floor

475 Riverside Drive at West 120th St.

New York, NY 10115

Phone: (212) 870-3400

Web Site:


Adult Children of Alcoholics-World Service Organization

PO Box 3216

Torrance CA  90510

Phone: (562) 595-7831

Web Site:


All Addicts Anonymous

PO Box 500

Hankins, New York 12741

(888)-4 AAA GROUP or (888)-422-2476

e-mail: All Addicts Anonymous


Cocaine Anonymous/CA World Service Organization

21720 S. Wilmington Ave., Ste. 304

Long Beach, CA 90810-1641

Phone 310-559-5833

Direct questions, comments and correspondence to

Web Site:


Co-Dependents Anonymous, Inc. (CoDA)/ CoDA, Fellowship Services Office

PO Box 33577

Phoenix, AZ 85067-3577

Phone (answering service only):

(602) 277-7991 {This number provides only meeting information}

(888) 444-2359 {Toll free}

888-444-2379 {Spanish toll free}



 Codependents of Sexual Addicts/International Service Organization of COSA (or ISO of COSA)

PO Box 14537

Minneapolis MN 55414 U.S.A.

Phone: 1-763-537-6904



Co-SLAA/People living with a Sex and Love Addict

COSLAA Help Line for newcomers is



 Crystal Meth Anonymous/CMA General Services .

4470 W Sunset Blvd Ste 107

PMB 555 .

Los Angeles CA 90027-6302

213.488.4455 (HOTLINE)


 Debtors Anonymous/General Service Office

PO Box 920888

Needham, MA 02492-0009

Toll Free:  800-421-2383 – US Only


781-453-2745 (FAX)


Eating Addictions Anonymous/General Service Office

PO Box 8151

Silver Spring , MD 20907-8151

USA Telephone: (202) 882-6528



Eating Disorders Anonymous/General Service Board of EDA, Inc.

P.O. Box 55876

Phoenix, AZ 85078-5876


Emotions Anonymous International

PO Box 4245, St. Paul MN 55104-0245

Phone: (651) 647-9712

Fax: (651) 647-1593


Food Addicts Anonymous/World Service Office

529 N W Prima Vista Blvd. #301 A

Port St. Lucie, FL 34983 USA

(561) 967-3871


 Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous/ FA World Service Office

400 W. Cummings Park Suite 1700

Woburn, MA 01801   USA

(781) 932-6300 (United States)



Gamblers Anonymous®/ International Service Office

P.O. Box 17173, Los Angeles, CA 90017

(213) 386-8789 –Fax (213) 386-0030


Web Site:


Kleptomaniacs Anonymous




Love Addicts Anonymous

Susan P.

2019 7th St, Apt A,

Berkeley, CA 94710


Marijuana Anonymous /World Services

P.O. Box 7807

Torrance, CA 90504  USA

Toll Free 1-800-766-6779


Narcotics Anonymous /World Service

PO Box 9999

Van Nuys, CA 91409

Telephone (818) 773-9999

Fax (818) 700-0700


Narcotics Anonymous/World Service Europe

48 Rue de l’Été/Zomerstraat

B-1050 Brussels, Belgium

Telephone 32-2-646-6012

Fax 32-2-649-9239


Nicotine Anonymous / World Services

6333 E. Mockingbird #147-817

Dallas, TX

75214   USA

Toll Free: 877-TRY-NICA (877-879-6422)


On-Line Gamers Anonymous World Services

104 Miller Lane

Harrisburg, PA 17110  USA

OLGA / OLG-Anon Hotline: (612)-245-1115


Overeaters Anonymous, Inc.

PO Box 44020

Rio Rancho, New Mexico 87174-4020 USA

Street Address:

6075 Zenith Court NE

Rio Rancho, New Mexico 87144-6424 USA

For more information contact:

USA Tel 505-891-2664

USA Fax 505-891-4320


Recovering Couples Anonymous

(For Couples in Recovery)

P.O. Box 11029,

Oakland CA 94611

Phone: 781-794-1456

Toll Free For United States and Canada 1-877-663-2317



reSTART – Internet Addiction Recovery Program

Corporate Office

1001 290th Ave SE  Fall City  WA  98024-7403  USA

Phone:(800) 682-6934

Fax: (888) 788-3419

Cell: (425) 417-1715


Sex Addicts Anonymous/International Service Organization of SAA

PO Box 70949

Houston, TX 77270 USA

USA / Canada:





Sexaholics Anonymous/International Central Office

PO Box 3565

Brentwood, TN 37024


Phone: (615) 370-6062

Toll-free: (866) 424-8777

Fax: (615) 370-0882


Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous/Fellowship-Wide Services

1550 NE Loop 410, Ste 118

San Antonio, TX 78209

Telephone: +1 210-828-7900

Facsimile: +1 210-828-7922


S-Anon or Sex Anonymous



phone: (615) 833-3152

Correspondence: S-Anon Family Groups World Service Office

P.O. Box 111242

Nashville. TN 37222-1242


Shopaholics Anonymous




SRA-Sexual Recovery Anonymous



phone: (212) 726-8774


Non 12 step Ideology Peer Support Groups




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