Dr. Bob Navarra
Couple recovery research, information, forums and Blog http://couplerecovery.org
Dr. Navarra’s website www.robertnavarra.net
Dr. Navarra’s Facebook page on Couples Recovery https://www.facebook.com/CouplesRecovery
Edgewood Seattle Consultation & Referral Services
EDGEWOOD Seattle Addiction Services provides consultation and national referral services, offering advice and support in finding the proper drug and alcohol treatment program for those suffering from addiction and/or alcoholism. We work with the best treatment programs in the USA and Canada, at all levels of care, to take the guess work out of it. With so many options out there, it is crucial to be properly guided to the right program. We can discuss options with you and assist in finding a treatment facility and making plans for aftercare during the recovery process. Taking steps to find information about which treatment program is the best fit is the first step in changing your life. Call or contact us today at 206-402-4115 or email@example.com.
Recovering Couples Anonymous
Weekly group meetings for couples in recovery from substance use and dependence, who are committed to remain in relationship with each other.
Weekly group meetings focused on working through 12-step model, mutual support among peers, and maintaining sobriety from alcohol.
Weekly group meetings focused on working through 12-step model, mutual support among peers, and maintaining sobriety from narcotics.
Nar-Anon Family Groups
Support groups for individuals in relationship with a person in recovery or active addiction, specifically focused on narcotics.
Support groups for individuals in relationship with a person in recovery or active addiction, specifically focused on alcohol.
Weekly group meetings focused on working through 12-step model, mutual support among peers, and maintaining sobriety from marijuana.
Weekly group meetings focused on working through 12-step model, mutual support among peers, and maintaining sobriety from cocaine.
Recovery model of regular meetings, based on four points: Building and Maintaining Motivation, Coping with Urges, Managing Thoughts, Feelings and Behaviors, and Living a Balanced Life.
Online Resource Networks for Recovery-Related Events, Organizations and Publications
SAMHSA Treatment Locator
Information on treatment centers for addiction recovery and mental health services, organized by state.
Faces and Voices of Recovery
Resources focused on community organization.
The Partnership for a Drug Free America
Resources on prevention, intervention, treatment and recovery.
NIDA (National Institute on Drug Abuse)
Extensive resource on drug research and effects of use.
NIAAA (National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism)
Extensive resource on alcohol research, effects of use, and public policy.
National Library of Medicine resource on wellness and wellness practices, diseases, conditions, drugs and medications.
Other Addiction Resources
Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous
Anorexia and Bulimia Anonymous
National Institute of Mental Health
National Eating Disorders Association
Evergreen Council on Problem Gambling