International. Approximately 2400 chapters. Founded 1957. 12-Step. Fellowship of men and women who share experiences, strengths and hopes with each other to recover from compulsive gambling. Monthly bulletin for members. Offers assistance in starting new groups. Write: Gamblers Anonymous P.O. Box 17173 Los Angeles, CA 90017 Voice: 626-690-3500 Fax: 626-690-3501 Website: http://www.gamblersanonymous.org E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Verified: 8/14/2012
International. 325 groups. Founded 1960. 12-Step. Fellowship for men and women who are husbands, wives, relatives or friends of compulsive gamblers, who have been affected by the gambling problem. Purpose is to learn acceptance and understanding of the gambling illness, to use the program to rebuild lives and give assistance to those who suffer. To start a local meeting, contact Gam-Anon International Service Office. P.O. Box 157 Whitestone, NY 11357 Voice: 718-352-1671 (Tues. and Thurs., 9am-5pm EST) Fax: 718-746-2571 Website: http://www.gam-anon.org Verified: 7/26/2012
International. 700 affiliated groups. Founded 1985. 12-Step. Christ-centered. Support for anyone affected by addictions, as well as their families and friends. Uses 12-steps of A.A. and applies them to the Scriptures. Uses Jesus Christ as the 'higher power'. Supplements involvement in other 12-step groups. Newsletter, group development guidelines and conferences. Write: Overcomers Outreach, Inc. 12828 Ancheson Dr. Whittier, CA 90601 Voice: 1-800-310-3001 Website: http://www.overcomersoutreach.org E-mail: email@example.com Verified: 7/2/2012
International. Founded 1979. Network of recovering alcoholic women in religious orders. Helps Roman Catholic women who are, or have been, members of religious orders and are alcohol or chemically dependent, compulsive eaters, compulsive gamblers, etc. Information, referrals, assistance in meeting other members, phone support, conferences, retreats and e-mail support. Write: ICAP 7777 Lake St. Ste. 115 River Forest, IL 60305-1734 Voice: 708-488-9770 Fax: 708-488-9774 E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Verified: 7/17/2012
Model. 11 groups in US and Canada. Founded 1990. 12-Step. Fellowship who share their experience, hope and strength with each other in order to help themselves and others recover from compulsive gambling. Literature, phone help, information and referrals. Provides assistance in starting local groups. Write: Bettors Anonymous P.O. Box 304 Wilmington, MA 01887 Voice: 978-988-1777 or 781-662-5199 Website: http://www.bettorsanonymous.org Verified: 8/7/2012
12-Step. International. 50 chapters. 12-Step. Spiritual recovery group for anyone seeking a solution for any kind of addiction, problem or behavior. Families and friends welcome. Face-to-face and telephone meetings available. For information visit website and click on the 'Meetings' tab or 'Contact Us' tab. Free 'How To Begin...' guides and 'Start A Group' kit can be downloaded for from the website. Write: R.A. Universal Services P.O. Box 1212 East Northport, NY 11731 Website: http://www.r-a.org E-mail: email@example.com Verified: 7/27/2012
12-Step. International. Founded 2003. Mutual support for all addictions including alcohol, drugs, food, sex, smoking and gambling. Write: AAA World GSO 40 Wickstead Way Thornhill, ON L3T 5E4 Voice: 416-657-7771 Website: http://alladdictionsanonymous.org E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org Verified: 7/25/2012
12-Step. Christian-based. Support for individuals who desire freedom from any addiction including alcohol, drugs, sex, smoking, gambling, overeating, co-dependency, etc. Write: LDS Family Services 724 East 2100 South, Ste B Salt Lake City, UT 84106 Voice: 801-487-0499 Fax: 801-487-7005 Website: http://www.providentliving.org Verified: 7/25/2012
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