Recovery resource list



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Alcohol recovery

Drug recovery

Sex and Relationship recovery

Family & Friends of addicts services

Food recovery

Mental health & addiction

Well-being and Emotions recovery

Gambling recovery & Money problems

Religious & Spiritual recovery

Secular recovery


Apps and digital resources


Kennedy Street Recovery podcasts

To promote recovery from addiction: improve health and wellbeing, encourage and promote social inclusion through education, training and personal development.

Search for the “Kennedy Street Recovery podcast” on Apple, Google, Spotify and Acast.

Watch the 2020-21 lockdown Recovery Talks on Youtube or listen to the podcast versions on Acast.


Let Goh

The app includes a 12-step addiction recovery process by supporting you with powerful inventory tools, meditations, and active sponsorship. This anti-addiction app is called “LetGOH – Addiction Recovery” and is built for everyone who wants to get rid of their addiction habits. With the LetGOH, you can also quit your drinking habits step-by-step.
iPhone App store
Android app store


Action for Happiness

The Action for Happiness app is your daily companion for a happier life. You’ll receive simple, daily action ideas designed to help you boost your own wellbeing and spread more happiness to others around you too.
iPhone App store
Android app store


Sober Time

Sober Time helps you track your addictions, stay motivated, and interact with others in recovery.
iPhone app store
Android app store


Sober Grid – iPhone only

Sober Grid is a Sober Social Network for people that don’t use drugs or alcohol.
iPhone app store


Cocaine Anonymous

Listen to hundreds of hand selected and high quality CA and NA speaker recordings from Cocaine Anonymous meetings around the world.
iPhone app store
Android app store


Pocket Rehab

Pocket Rehab is a recovery assistance app. Connect with peers anonymously 24/7. Completely private. Get help anytime via text/call/video chat. Volunteer to help other users. Keep a private journal, find meetings nearby, explore a community Q&A, and more!
iPhone app store
Android app store


Sober Tool

This sobriety tool was developed by a Harvard educated licensed chemical dependency and certified alcohol addiction counsellor. It uses proven techniques to help you stay sober. Features include daily motivational messages, a search engine to help you find relevant content, a tool to avoid relapse if you have a craving, a chat forum, and much more.
iPhone app store
Android app store


Sobriety Counter – Stop Drinking (EasyQuit)

This is a great motivational app for those that have stopped drinking. It tracks several elements, including how long you’ve been sober, the relevant health benefits, motivational tips and money saved. It’s easy to use and highly rated.
iPhone app store
Android app store


Recovery Path

Recovery Path incorporates aspects of Motivational Therapy, Cognitive Behavioural Therapy and Community Reinforcement to boost your treatment and recovery plan. There’s too much content to detail here, but it’s very well designed and easy to use, so download it and try it out! Available on Google Play and App Store:



This app helps you track your drinking from day to day, provides you with your current risk level, and also offers a GPS function that can offer you some encouragement if you’re near a ‘trigger’ location for you. Available on Google Play and App Store:



Alcodroid is a very easy to use drink tracker, and allows you to easily see your alcohol consumption over time. You can add in your own presets for drinks, then you simply tap on them when you start the drink, and tap again when you finish it. This is an especially helpful tool when trying to cut down your alcohol intake gradually, and gives you a visual guide of your progress. It also estimates the alcohol level in your body, although it must be stressed that this is this is for illustrative purposes only, and must not be used as guidance for driving etc. Available on Google Play:



Alcohol recovery


AA – Alcoholics Anonymous

For those seeking help with an alcohol problem. AA is about personal recovery and the continued sobriety of individual alcoholics who turn to the Fellowship for help.
0800 9177 650


Drug recovery


NA – Narcotics Anonymous

A society of men and women for whom drugs have become a major problem. Offering support for those with a drug problem.
0300 999 1212 (10 am – Midnight)
Online meetings:


CA – Cocaine Anonymous

For those seeking help with cocaine or ANY mind-altering substance.
0800 612 0225
Online meetings and connections worldwide:


CMA – Crystal Meth Anonymous

To help those who have common problems with crystal meth addictions. CMA are active across the USA, as well as Amsterdam and London.
Local contact list


HA – Heroin Anonymous

Those need help with Heroin addiction and recovery.


MA – Marijuana Anonymous

The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop using marijuana.
0300 124 0373


NicA – Nicotine Anonymous

For those who need help and recovery with Nicotine addiction.
Online meetings are available.


PA – Pills Anonymous

For those seeking recovery from prescription pill addiction. Active worldwide.
Link to the contact form


Sex and Relationships recovery


SA – Sexaholics Anonymous

To share experiences of being a Sex Addict or recovering from Sex addiction.


SAA – Sex Addicts Anonymous

For those who suffer or need help with sex and pornography.
Women preferring to email women:


SCA – Sexual Compulsives Anonymous

For those who require help or support with compulsive sex addiction.


SIA – Survivors of Incest Anonymous

For those who survived childhood sexual abuse and need help.


SLAA – Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous

Support for problems with sex addiction, love addiction, romantic obsession, co-dependent relationships, fantasy addiction and/or sexual, social and emotional anorexia.


SRA – Sexual Recovery Anonymous

For those that need help with sex addiction or compulsive sexual behaviour.


Family and Friends of addicts services


ACA – Adult Children of Alcoholics

Supporting people who grew up in alcoholic or otherwise dysfunctional homes.
07786 930357



Offering support for the friends and families of people who struggle with addictions.
0800 0086 811
Contact Form:



Support for relatives or close friends of someone who is chemically dependent.


FA – Fam-Anon

Providing support for the relatives and friends of those who struggle with addictions.
0207 4984 680


GamAnon UK

A fellowship for those who have been affected by a loved one’s gambling.
Meetings are held on the same nights as GA but in different rooms. Both groups do not share information with each other.



Resources and support for all people affected by gambling addiction.
0808 8020 133



The Nar-Anon Family Groups is primarily for those who know, or have known, a feeling of desperation concerning the addiction problem of someone very near to them.


Food recovery


FA – Food addicts anonymous

For those who want to recover from food addiction.


FAA – Food Addicts Anonymous

For those who need help with obesity, under-eating, bulimia and overexercising.
Contact Form:


OA – Overeaters Anonymous

A community supporting each other to recover from compulsive eating and potentially harmful food behaviours.


Mental health and addiction


DDA – Dual Diagnosis Anonymous

DDA is run by a core group of members who have all experienced mental health, substance misuse and dependency issues.


Well-being and Emotions recovery


CLA – Clutterers Anonymous

For those needing help and recovery with clutter addictions.
Online meetings at:
Contact Form:


CODA – CoDependents Anonymous

Offering support for people who are seeking healthy relationships.


EA – Emotions Anonymous

An international fellowship of men and women who desire to improve their emotional well-being.
Online meetings available worldwide:
Link to contact form


N/A – Neurotics Anonymous

A 12-step recovery peer support program for anyone who suffers from a mental or emotional illness.


RA – Racists Anonymous:

For those who need help recovering from racism.


Gambling recovery and Money problems


DA – Debtors Anonymous

Supporting people who habitually and addictively end up in debt.
0207 1177 533 (Leave a message)


GA – Gamblers Anonymous

A fellowship of men and women who have joined together to do something about their own gambling problem and to help other compulsive gamblers do the same.
0330 094 0322


UA – Under-earners Anonymous

A 12-step Fellowship of people who have come together to help themselves, and one another, recover from under-earning.
Contact Form:


WA – Workaholics Anonymous

For those who want help and support with being, living with, or knowing a workaholic.


Religious and Spiritual recovery


RD – Recovery Dharma

Using Buddhist practices of mediation, self-inquiry, wisdom, compassion and community to help addicts to recovery.
Meetings list Google doc
Contact Form:


RR – Refuge Recovery

Refuge Recovery helps those suffering from addiction by using Buddha’s teaching techniques.


TNS – The Noble Steps

Incorporates the 12 steps and the four noble truths to assist with recovery from addiction.
Contact Form:


Celebrate Recovery (Christian)

For those who want to recover using the help of the church.
Meeting Locator:


Secular recovery


Smart Recovery (for all addictions)

Mutual support meetings are free and open to anyone seeking science-based, self-empowered addiction recovery.
0330 053 6022
Contact Form:


Agnostic/Secular AA meetings

Treatment and recovery for alcoholics; helping addicts stay sober through art, meditation, and participation in secular AA and other programs.
Contact Form:



LifeRing Secular Recovery offers support for addiction recovery. We offer recovery meetings led by peers to support your pathway to recovery.