Calix Society
This is a 12-step fellowship of Catholic alcoholics who help one another maintain sobriety. The group is concerned with total abstinence and spiritual sanctifIcation of the whole personality of each member.
2555 Hazelwood Avenue
St. Paul, MN 55 109-2030
651-773-3117
Calixsociety.org

Catholic Charities, USA
This association provides vital social services to people in need, regardless of religious, social, or economic backgrounds.
1731 King Street
Alexandria, VA 22314-2756
703-549-1390
catholicchairities.org

Celebrate Recovery
Celebrate Recovery is a worldwide Christ-centered recovery ministry. By working their Biblical principles and the corresponding Eight Recovery Principles found individuals find freedom from past hurts and harmful addictive and dysfunctional scenarios.
949-581-0548
www.celebraterecovery.com

Faith Partners
Faith Partners helps congregations identify experienced volunteers and establish a ministry of prevention and recovery support for the people they serve.
2525 Wallingwood Drive
Building 8, Suite 804
Austin, TX 78746
888-451-9527 (Toll-Free)
faith-partners.org

Faith Works
This organization facilitates the involvement offaith-based communities in the in’ reform.
3300 Veda Street
Redding, CA 96001
530-242-1492
www.faith-works.org

General Board of Global Ministries of the United Methodist Church
This organization offers faith-based programs for people with alcohol and drug abuse issues.
110 Maryland Avenue NE, Suite 404
Washington, D.C. 20002
202-548-2712
umcmission.org

Institute for Public Health Faith Collaborations
This institute promotes vital learning at the intersecting boundaries where faith t merge, and emerge transformed.
Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University
1256 Briarcliff Road NE
Building A, Suite 107
Atlanta, GA 30306
404-727-5199
www.ihpnct.org

Inter-Congregational Alcoholism Program (I.C.A.P)
I C.A.P. is a network of recovering alcoholic women in religious orders. The gro Catholic women who are, or have been, members of religious orders who are mi or chemical dependencies.
7777 Lake Street, Suite 115
River Forest, IL 60305-1734
708-488-9770
icaptoday.org

Jewish Alcoholics, Chemically Dependent Persons and Significant Others
This group assists Jewish alcoholics, chemically dependent persons and their fan associates to explore recovery in a nurturing Jewish environment.
850 Seventh Avenue, Penthouse
New York, NY 10019
212-397-4197
www.jacsweb.org

Lutheran Services in America
This organization advocates for sound and compassionate public policies on behalf of ministry organizations and the people they serve.
700 Light Street
Baltimore, MD 21230-3850
800-664-3848 (Toll-Free)
www.lutheranservices.org

National Council of Churches
The Council helps parents communicate with their children about alcohol, tobacco and drugs.
110 Maryland Avenue NE
Washington, D.C. 20002
202-544-2350
www.ncccusa.org

Overcomers In Christ (OIC)
OIC is a recovery program that deals with every aspect of addiction and dysfunctional: mental, emotional, and social. Members overcome obstacles using Christ-centered principles.
P.O. Box 34460
Omaha, NE 68134
402-573-0966
www.overcomersinchrist.org/

Presbyterians for Addiction Action (PAA)
PAA assists Presbyterians as they minister in an increasingly addictive society to Presbyterian faith.
100 Witherspoon Street, Room 3041
Louisville, KY 40202
888-728-7228 ext. 5800 (Toll-Free)
www.pcusa.g/phewaJpa.htm

SOS Clearinghouse (Save Our Selves)
This organization is dedicated to providing a path to sobriety, as an alternative to programs that rely upon supernatural or religious beliefs.
4773 Hollywood Boulevard
Hollywood, CA 90027
323-666-4295
www.secularsobriety.org

For more information on Faith Based Services and Programs, please contact Transformations Recovery at 561.575.2020.

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