General, Emotional, and Recovery
General Support Groups
The OUR HOUSE mission is to provide the community with grief support services, education, resources, and hope. Since 1993, OUR HOUSE has helped thousands of grieving children, teens, and adults as they embark upon their journeys to hope and healing.
Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA) is a twelve-step program for people who share a common desire to develop functional and healthy relationships. The only requirement for membership is a desire for healthy and loving relationships.
Overeaters Anonymous (OA) is a twelve-step program for people with problems related to food including, but not limited to, compulsive overeaters, those with binge eating disorder, bulimics and anorexics. Anyone with a problematic relationship with food is welcomed, as OA's Third Tradition states that the only requirement for memberships is a desire to stop eating compulsively.
Emotions Anonymous (EA) is a twelve-step program for recovery from mental and emotional illness.
Mission is to build a healthier, more effective medical community by teaching mindfulness and compassionate communication skills.
Recovery Support Groups
International Doctors in Alcoholics Anonymous (IDAA)
Worldwide fellowship of more than 9,500 doctoral level healthcare professionals and their families who strive to help one another to achieve and maintain recovery from addictions.
Western States Doctors in Recovery
Dedicated to providing a vibrant forum for information, education and encouragement for doctorate level health care professionals and their families to support one another in their recovery.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA)
AA's "primary purpose" is to help alcoholics "stay sober and help other alcoholics achieve sobriety.
Friends and families of problem drinkers find understanding and support at Al-Anon meetings.
Self-empowering addiction recovery support group and alternative to 12 step groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous.
Narcotics Anonymous (NA)
A non-profit, international, community based organization for recovering addicts that is active in over 60 countries. NA members learn from one another how to live drug free and recover from the effects of addiction in their lives.
The resources presented on this site are suggested resources from the Behavior Wellness Center and are not implying the endorsement, advancement, or support of the following programs and products from UCLA as an entity or from the David Geffen School of Medicine.