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Holiday Relief For 12-Steppers

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For those in recovery, the holidays can represent the most trying time of the year. Good thing Los Angeles is plenty strong on recovery. All sorts of help can be found in the form of many 12-step meetings from all sorts of 12-step programs. Perhaps there's something to it. Happy Holidays!

Adult Children of Alcoholics -- (310) 320-3931

Alcoholics Anonymous -- (323) 936-4343

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AA (Spanish) -- 323 735-2089

Al-Anon/Alateen Family Groups -- (818) 760-7122

Al-Anon/Alateen (Spanish) (462) 948-2190

Cocaine Anonymous -- (310) 559-5833

Co-Dependents Anonymous -- (323) 969-4996

Crystal Meth Anonymous -- (213) 488-4455

Gamblers Anonymous -- (213) 386-8789

Marijuana Anonymous -- (323) 964-2370

Nar-Anon Family Groups -- (310) 534-8188

Narcotics Anonymous -- (800) 642-0666 / (818) 773-9999

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Overeaters Anonymous -- (323) 653-7499

Sex Addicts Anonymous -- (213) 869-2964

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