Resources For Addiction Help And Treatment

Orange County Recovery offers links to resources for addiction help and information regarding addiction and the effects of on the body.    The more educated one is on addiction, whether it is the individual or the family member, the more likely the person is to understand the road back to recovery.  This makes the person more likely to take proactive steps and increases the likelihood that they will be successful in their recovery process.

 

  • Al-Anon & Ala-Teen family Group Headquarters, Inc.
    • The official source of information regarding the twelve steps of the Al-Anon program, Al-Anon publications and the history of the development of the Al-Anon program.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous World Services, Inc.
    • The official source of information regarding the twelve steps of AA, AA publications and the history of this organization that was created over 65 years ago.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous’ Online Big Book
    • The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous is the main text used by those recovering form alcoholism.  Because Alcoholics Anonymous is the parent program of all of the 12-step programs, many of the other 12-step programs use the Big Book as well.
  • Cocaine Anonymous World Services
    • The official source of information regarding the twelve steps of Cocaine Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous publications, meeting locations, and the history of this organization.
  • Narcotics Anonymous World Services
    • The Official source of information regarding the twelve steps of Narcotics Anonymous.  NA publications and the history of this organization that was created to provide 12-step recovery to the drug addict.
  • NIAAA National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism FAQ General
    • It is important to understand these answers are not meant to provide specific medical advice, but to provide information to better understand the health consequences of alcohol abuse and dependence     (alcoholism).  Please consult your physician or other health care provider if you or a loved one has an alcohol problem.
  • Orange County Central Office of Alcoholics Anonymous
    • AA meeting directory for Orange County, California
  • Ashland Home
    • Free 30-Day Stay to Get Sober for Women
  • Cooper Fellowship
    • A sober living community
  • First Step House of Orange County
    • Charle Street
    • Alcohol Detox and short-term residential facility for men
  • Lynn House
    • Free 30-Day Stay to Get Sober for women and sober living
  • Phoenix House California
    • Committed to helping people overcome substance abuse & mental health disorders
  • Salvation Army
    • The Salvation Army: Drug and Alcohol Adult Rehabilitation Centers is a faith-based work therapy program for those struggling with alcohol and substance abuse.
  • Stanton Detox
    • Detox facility for men and women
    • 10936 Dale Ave Stanton, CA 90680
    • (714) 952-4032
  • Twin Town Treatment Centers
    • Outpatient Treatment Center
  • Village of Hope
    • Orange County Rescue Mission
    • A faith-based, life-transformation program designed for individuals and families experiencing homelessness
  • WISEPlace
    • Ending Homelessness for Unaccompanied Women
  • Yellowstone Recovery
    • Answers to frequent questions regarding alcoholism.