Recovery Resources

The recovery and treatment resources below have been shown to provide well-regarded services to those seeking help with substance abuse and chemical dependency related matters.  While A New Life Sober Living & Recovery Center does not formally endorse the organizations below, our experience has shown that time & time again, they have proven their commitment to their clients as well as the recovery process as a whole.

A.T.R.I. – Addiction Treatment Reviews & Information

Alcoholics Anonymous

Narcotics Anonymous

Phone Numbers:

*  AL-Anon 1-800-344-2666
*  Alateen 1-800-344-2666
*  National Council on Alcoholism 1-800-729-6686
*  Cocaine Anonymous 1-800-347-8998
*  Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) 1-800-438-6233
*  Live Disease Foundation 1-800-223-0179
*  Narcotics Anonymous (NA) 1-800-662-4357
*  Pills Anonymous(PAA) 1-215-371-1125
*  Pregnancy and Substance Abuse 1-800-638-BABY


*  Alcoholics Anonymous (also know as the big book)
*  Getting Better: Inside Alcohics Anonymous, Nan Robertson(Morrow)
*  As Bill Sees it, The AA Way of Life: Selceted Writings of AA’s Co-Founder, Bill W.
*  Living Sober(AA World Series)
*  The Steps We Took , Joe McQ (August House)
*  Bless Are the Addicts , John A. Martin (HarperCollins)
*  Addiction and Grace , Gerald G. May (HarperCollins)
*  Staying Sober , Terence T. Gorski and Marlene Miller (Herald House/ Independent Press)
*  Adult Children of Alcoholics , Janet Woititiz (Health Communications)
*  Codependency no More , Melody Beattie (HarperCollins)
*  Overcoming Drug Addiction , Colvin Rod
*  Overcoming Addictive: Positive Steps for Breaking Free of Addiction and Building Self-Esteem, Corinne Swee