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SHARE Offers a Festival of Recovery – April 28

It’s natural to feel nervous about the first time you attend a support group. But at the Festival of Recovery on Saturday April 28 you could enjoy finding the right support group for you, along with meeting new people, having a free lunch and free parking! What’s not to like ?

From 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., more than 30 self-help support groups will take place in SHARE! Culver City’s seven meeting rooms. Please come and attend any and all groups that interest you. Hear some great sharing and pick up all the recovery literature you need! There will also be groups for Spanish speakers.

Please contact us with questions at or call (310) 846-5270 or

SHARE is located at 6666 Green Valley Circle, Culver City, CA 90230

Narcotics Anonymous
Recovering Couples Anonymous
Neuroticos Anonymous
Sexual Compulsives Anonymous
Cocaine Anonymous (English/Spanish)
DBSA–Depression and Bipolar Support Alliance
SMART Recovery (addiction recovery)
Adults Bullied As Children
Nar Anon (family & friends of addicts)
Communicating Effectively
Secular Organizations for Sobriety
Free N One (Christian addiction recovery)
Recovery, International (cognitive behavioral tools)
Survivors of Incest Anonymous
Women for Sobriety
Attention Deficit Disorder
CASA (Cleptomaniacs and Shoplifters Anonymous)
Nicotine Anonymous
Al Anon (family and friends of alcoholics)
Alcoholics Anonymous
Recovery Seekers
Crystal Meth Anonymous
Sex Addicts Anonymous
Overeaters Anonymous
Toastmasters (public speaking)
CoDependents Anonymous (for healthy relationships)
Debtors Anonymous (manage your money)

Some meetings will also be held in Spanish.

Si se habla espanol, hay muchos grupos de apoyo mutuo

para usted tambien!





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