Recovery Plus 74 Feb 2016 US contacts UK contacts. Resources in other countries will be added. Self-help groups Contact details for mutual-aid groups, endorsed by the World Health Organisation and Nice. Pan fellowship any dependency/codependency with emphasis on steps 4&10 7pm Fridays - Methodist Hall, Fulham Broadway, London Pills Anonymous www.pillsanonymous.org World meeting list: www.pillsanonymous.org/ meetings/find-a-meeting Samaritans* for anyone feeling low, depressed or suicidal www.samaritans.org S-Anon for people affected by someone else’s sexual behaviour www.sanon.org firstname.lastname@example.org Sex Addicts Anonymous www.sauk.org https://saa-recovery.org Sexaholics Anonymous for those who want to stop their self-destructive sexual thinking and behaviour 020-8946 2436 www.sa.org Sex & Love Addicts Anonymous (The Augustine Fellowship) www.slaa.uk.org www.slaafws.org Sexual Compulsives Anonymous www.sca-recovery.org/ Shopping Overshopping* www.overshopping.com Spear* Supporting people who self-harm www.projectspear.com Survivors of Incest Anonymous www.siawso.org Talking About Cannabis* Supports families of cannabis users www.talkingaboutcannabis.org UK self-help* website containing hundreds of listings www.ukselfhelp.info Underearners Anonymous www.underearnersanonymous.org Violence Initiative* offering violent people a chance to change – meetings, one-to-one sessions, conflict resolution training www.tviccv.org Workaholics Anonymous Celia 01993-878220 or George 020-7498 5927 www.workaholics-anonymous.org * Resources other than 12-step groups – check if free of charge.
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