The Perfectly Flawed Foundation

"Strengthening communities affected by addiction by investing in children, individuals, and education"

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Email: team@perfectlyflawed.org

Phone: 815-830-8675

Registered 501(c)3: 82-0596153

Address: 240 1st Street
LaSalle, IL 61301
 

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IVCH Grief Support

   (Anyone experiencing loss)

   1-815-223-3300 Ext. 3426*

Compassionate Friends

   (Anyone experiencing loss of a child)

   1-815-223-7663*

GRASP

   (Grief Recovery After Substance Passing)

   Visit grasphelp.org

Rainbows

   (Children who have experienced loss)

   1-815-664-1639*

St. Margarets Grief Group

   (Anyone experiencing loss)

   1-815-664-1639*

Definition: A return to a normal state of health, mind or strength.

Definition of Recovery, National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence

Recovery and Recovery Support, SAMHSA

SMART Recovery®
This nationwide not-for-profit organization provides free self-help support groups to people who want to abstain from addictive behavior. The program is based on cognitive, behavioral and educational methods that seek to change the beliefs and attitudes that can lead to addictive behavior. The site has online recovery meetings, a message board, Internet discussion groups, a meeting list and recommended reading.

LifeRing Secular Recovery  
This non-religious recovery network is based on a group process self-help system of recovery. The web site provides a national meeting list organized by state, news bulletins, online scientific articles, a chat room with daily online meetings, reviews of recovery books, and extensive links organized by topic such as recovery groups, government/academic sites, and various approaches to healing.

Alcoholics Anonymous
World-wide meeting list for those dealing with alcoholism.

Alano Clubs

CoDA World Fellowship
For those dealing with codependency issues.

Narcotics Anonymous
For those dealing with addiction to narcotic drugs. Note that there are also other fellowships that deal specifically with certain specific narcotic drugs, like Cocaine Anonymous and Crystal Meth Anonymous.

Al-Anon/Alateen
For those in families with alcoholics.

Nar-Anon
For those in families with drug abuse.