Tuesday, April 08, 2008

Religious-Based Programs


12 Step Cyber Cafe (12steps.com)
Developed by the Christian Recovery Network, this web site offers a variety of recovery resources. Click on the door to the 12 steps to learn what the 12 steps are and how they can be used in the recovery process. Much of the site is still in development.

Buddhist Recovery (buddhistrecovery.com)
This website focuses on resources that can help illuminate the Buddhist path to freedom from alcoholism and addiction. The web site posts articles, reviews of books, and links to chat rooms, lists of meetings, and organizations that promote the Buddhist approach to recovery.

Celebrate Recovery (celebraterecovery.com)
Started by a Church in Southern California over 8 years ago, this fellowship program provides a strong Christian spiritual orientation to the 12-step approach to the recovery process. The program welcomes people with any type of addiction or compulsion. There are now over 500 similar ministries across the U.S. that can be found by using the site's online locator.

Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically Dependent Persons and Significant Others (JACS)
JACS is dedicated to assisting Jewish people in recovery by promoting understanding of addiction as it involves the Jewish community, acting as a resource center and information clearinghouse on the effects of alcoholism and drug dependency on Jewish family life, and offering recovery opportunities in a nurturing Jewish environment. The web site posts a meeting list in the U.S., Brazil, Canada and Mexico, program listings such as spiritual days, training programs and retreats, and literature, articles and stories.

Reformers Unanimous International (reformu.com)
Reformers Unanimous is a Christ Centered Addictions Program that is based in local church programs. It is headquartered under North Love Baptist Church in Rockford, Illinois and has 86 groups meeting all over the U.S. including Canada and Hawaii. This ministry is available for any church, community, or loved one through a complete line of ministry curriculum and training to help a church or individual start this program. The program includes prayer, instruction in Biblical truth, and a working curriculum that includes lessons from an Addiction Program Guide, a series of workbooks, and the Ten Principles of Prosperity. The web site has an online locator organized by state to find a Reformers program in the U.S. and Canada.


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