What secular, non-abstinence help is available in New York City?



My brother has acknowledged that alcohol is a problem for him, but he is an atheist and I think would reject abstinence-only programs, so I think that AA is out of the question.


Hook him up with the Village. It’s not just for friends and family. It’s also for people who are dealing with substance abuse.


AA isn’t a religious program. You are supposed to chose your concept of a higher power. From my knowledge.


CMC (Center for Motivation and Change) in New York resonated more with my husband than AA :slight_smile:


Inter-Care has a variety of different groups for people in different stages of change. :slight_smile: