12 Step Program

As will be noted by even the most casual reader, 12 Step Programs have been adopted widely by a variety of self-help groups, and typically they only adopt the Steps with the approval of AA, something each site will make note of.

12 Step Programs for Alcoholism

12 Step Programs for Addiction

  • NA – Narcotics Anonymous
  • AAA – All Addictions Anonymous
  • CA – Cocaine Anonymous
  • CDA – Chemically Dependent Anonymous
  • CMA – Crystal Meth Anonymous
  • MA – Marijuana Anonymous
  • NicA – Nicotine Anonymous

12 Step Programs for Gambling Addiction

  • GA – Gamblers Anonymous
  • Gam-Anon/Gam-A-Teen, for friends and family members of problem gamblers
  • OLGA – On-Line Gamers Anonymous

12 Step Programs for Sex and Sex Addiction

  • SAA – Sex Addicts Anonymous
  • COSA – Codependents of Sex Addicts
  • COSLAA – CoSex and Love Addicts Anonymous
  • S-Anon – spouses and family members of sexaholics
  • SA – Sexaholics Anonymous
  • SCA – Sexual Compulsives Anonymous
  • SLAA – Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous
  • SWA – Sex Workers Anonymous
  • Sex Industry Survivors

12 Step Programs for Depression and Behavior

  • Dep-Anon – Depressed Anonymous
  • DDA – Dual Diagnosis Anonymous
  • DRA – Dual Recovery Anonymous
  • NAIL – Neurotics Anonymous
  • OCA – Obsessive Compulsive Anonymous
  • SA – Schizophrenics Anonymous
  • SMA – Self-Mutilators Anonymous
  • SPA – Social Phobics Anonymous
  • Social Phobics Anonymous
  • WA – Workaholics Anonymous
  • CLA – Clutterers Anonymous
  • DA – Debtors Anonymous
  • SA – Spenders Anonymous

12 Step Programs for Eating

  • ABA – Anorexics and Bulimics Anonymous
  • CEA – Compulsive Eaters Anonymous
  • EAA – Eating Addictions Anonymous
  • EDA – Eating Disorders Anonymous
  • FA – Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous
  • FAA – Food Addicts Anonymous
  • GSA – GreySheeters Anonymous
  • OA – Overeaters Anonymous

12 Step Programs for Emotional Issues

  • CHAPTER 9 – Couples in Recovery
  • CoDA – Co-Dependents Anonymous
  • EA – Emotions Anonymous
  • EHA – Emotional Health Anonymous
  • FA – Families Anonymous
  • RCA – Recovering Couples Anonymous
  • SIA – Survivors of Incest Anonymous

Misc 12 Step Programs

  • A.R.T.S. Anonymous
  • Co-Anon, for friends and family of addicts
  • Nar-Anon, for friends and family members of addicts
  • RA – Recoveries Anonymous; the Solution Focused Twelve Step Fellowship

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