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Online & Local Support Groups: Ultimate Guide To Over 1000 Meetings

Addiction isn't a choice.

That statement may not seem groundbreaking today, but the idea of alcoholism as an illness was a new concept in 1939 when the book Alcoholics Anonymous was first published.

Today, the 12-step recovery model is a cornerstone in the treatment of drug and alcohol addiction. Evidence supports the effectiveness of peer-to-peer support mutual aid organizations such as AA and NA.

A study, sponsored by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism (NIAAA), examined the effectiveness of various treatment types in reducing overall drinking and drug use, and concluded that the 12-step model resulted in the most significant long-term impact.

In addition to AA or NA, there are meetings facilitated by mental health & peer support specialists, secular support meetings, such as LifeRing, and Yoga based recovery.

Plus, faith-based groups, including Celebrate Recovery, as well as meetings for agnostics, freethinkers, and atheists on zoom.

Access To Over 1000 Recovery Meetings

To view ALL MEETINGS, click here.


Colusa County Recovery (CCR) is a peer-run, volunteer-based, grassroots organization, of people helping people. Their mission is to build bridges that connect people to innovative recovery options, evidenced-based therapies, peer support solutions, and mutual aid organizations; where they can get the help, support, and guidance necessary, to begin their journey of healing and restoration.

If you NEED peer-support? Call 530-923-0280, CCR.

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