Peer Support Information Tables
Although not affiliated with the Recovery Day, CAPSA or each other, there are a number of peer support organizations that can help people suffering from a substance use disorder. Please follow the links to inquire or for more information.
1777 Montreal Road
SMART is a free self-help program for recovery from addictive behavior.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
Focuses primarily on alcohol, but many members have also used other substances and find recovery in the rooms of AA.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
Provides a safe place for anyone with a substance abuse disorder.
Cocaine Anonymous (CA)
Focuses on cocaine specifically through the 12 steps.
Anorexics and Bulimics Anonymous (ABA)
Uses the Twelve-Step Program adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous to address the mental, emotional, and spiritual components of the disorders of anorexia and ... more
Refuge Recovery is a mindfulness-based addiction recovery community that practices and utilizes Buddhist philosophy as the foundation of the recovery process.
Gamblers Anonymous (GA)
GAMBLERS ANONYMOUS is a fellowship of men and women who share their experience, strength and hope with each other that they may solve their common problem and help others to recover from a gambling problem.
Gam-Anon is a 12 Step self-help fellowship of men and women who have been affected by the gambling problem of another. We understand as perhaps few can. We are familiar with worry and sleepless nights and promises made only to be broken.
Overeaters Anonymous is a 12 Step self-help fellowship of men and women who have been affected by issues with food.
12-step fellowship for loved ones of people suffering from substance abuse disorders. Al-Anon is for adults.
Alateen is a place for teenagers, and both provide a safe place to address the issues created by loved ones with substance abuse disorders.
12-step fellowship for loved ones of people suffering from substance abuse disorders. Nar-Anon is a place for teenagers, and both provide a safe place to address the issues created by loved ones with substance abuse disorders.
Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA)
Co-Dependents Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women whose common purpose is to develop healthy relationships.
ALL PEOPLE ALL PATHWAYS
The purpose of our weekly peer recovery group is for individuals affected by addiction to share their experiences about what has helped them on their journey, and provide a safe and aware environment for those seeking help to ask questions, free from stigma or discrimination. Our meetings are facilitated by peer professionals on a voluntary basis.