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Addiction Support

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AA- Alcoholics Anonymous is an international fellowship of men and women who have had a drinking problem. It is nonprofessional, self-supporting, multiracial, apolitical, and available almost everywhere. There are no age or education requirements. Membership is open to anyone who wants to do something about his or her drinking problem.
Alcoholics Anonymous Website
Phone: (212) 870-3400

NA-Narcotics anonymous offers recovery from the effects of addiction through working a twelve-step program, including regular attendance at group meetings.
Narcotics Anonymous Website
Phone: 818.773.9999 x771

SA– Sexaholics 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.
Sexaholics Anonymous Website
Phone: +1 (615-370-6062)

ACA – Adult Children of Alcoholics and Dysfunctional Families- Jewish Women’s ACA Meeting. Weekly on Wednesday Evenings from 8:30pm-9:30pm. ACA is a meeting that is based on the 12 steps, which helps adult children from addictive or dysfunctional homes recover and heal and become the best version of themselves. 
Phone: (732) 703-1191

CCSA – Communities Confronting Substance Abuse- Support group for families of loved ones dealing with addiction; free of charge, led by professionals. School initiatives; curriculum and training. Educational and awareness events and training.
Communities Confronting Substance Abuse Website

Guard Your Eyes- Helps those struggling with a pornography problem to find the freedom they deserve. Provides free and anonymous help for all levels of the struggle. Resources, program, inspiration, daily WhatsApp boost, chat rooms, filters, articles and guidance.
Guard Your Eyes Website

JACs – Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically Dependent Persons and Significant Others- Acts as a resource center and information clearinghouse on the effects of alcoholism and drug dependency on Jewish family life.
JACs Website

KALL SHEA- An anonymous 24-hour hotline for those struggling with substance abuse or addiction. Calls will be directed to individuals who had similar struggles and can share experience, strength, and hope. 
Phone: (866) 575-0480

Lakewood Recovery Group- Weekly 12-step meeting for men struggling with addiction.
Phone: (732) 447-4193

The Living Room (by Our Place)- Twice weekly 12-step meetings, retreats, events, case management, referrals for young adults ages 18-35 dealing with substance use disorders. 
The Living Room Website

Monsey Steps to Solvency- A weekly open English Debtors Anonymous meeting focusing on the steps and tools of the DA program. The location is handicap accessible. 
Debtors Anonymous Website

Moshe Project- Helps teens, adults and their families cope with the turbulent lifestyle of having drug addiction in their family. Confidants, mentors, resources, referrals, Shabbos meals and support. 
Phone: (347) 585-7594

The Safe Foundation– The SAFE Foundation is a New York State OASAS licensed drug, alcohol, and gambling outpatient treatment program. At SAFE, we provide our clients and their families with counseling, education, and support in dealing with alcohol, drug, and gambling addictions.
The Safe Foundation Website
Phone: (866) 569-7233

Support Group- Support groups for parents, spouses and loved ones impacted by addiction. No charge. Limited availability. Endorsed by Rabbonim. Conducted by licensed clinicians. Must RSVP to ensure confidentiality and anonymity. 
Phone: (609) 437-3921

Money Geek- Tips and tools for overcoming a shopping addiction.
Monkey Geek Website

We understand that finding the right organization can be difficult and it is our goal to provide guidance, support, and direction when faced with challenging situations. That is why, in addition to addiction support, our compilation of resources also includes treatment centers, support networks, residential programs, behavioral health clinics, and more.