Resources related to the intersection of Buddhism and Recovery.

Online Programs and Communities

Bill K.’s blog  on the 12 Steps and Zen koans, and more
Buddhist Recovery (on Reddit)
Buddhist Recovery Circle 
Eight Step Recovery
Fifth Precept Sangha
gaia.com 
Dave Smith Dharma
Recovery Dharma 
Recovery Resource Hub 
Refuge Recovery 
The 12-fold path 
The 83 Problems 

Links related to book review commentary

Kevin Griffin – www.kevingriffin.net 
Bradford Hatcher – www.hermetica.info 
Noah Levine / Dharma Punx – www.dharmapunx.com 
Judith Ragir – www.judithragir.org/series/the-12-steps-and-buddhism/ 
Laura S. / 12 Steps on Buddha’s Path – www.soberkarma.com 
Claude Anshin Thomas / At Hell’s Gate – zaltho.org
Naikan – natural approach to mental wellness, based on Japanese Psychology – www.thirtythousanddays.org

Other miscellaneous links on Buddhism and Recovery

AA Agnostica (A space for AA agnostics, atheists and freethinkers worldwide) – aaagnostica.org 
Addiction Recovery Through Yoga  – www.gaia.com/article/addiction-recovery-through-yoga
Auckland Buddhist Centre – Buddhist Recovery – aucklandbuddhistcentre.org/buddhistrecoverynetwork 
Balanced Holistic Weight Management – www.balancedweightmanagement.com 
East-West Detox is a British charity dedicated to offering a holistic alternative treatment and support of substance misusers; using herbal detoxification at Thamkrabok Monastery, combined with meditation and mindfulness for relapse prevention, life coaching and skill building to enable full recovery and re-integration into society – East-West Detox Facebook
The 12-Step Buddhist Podcast – podcast.compassionaterecovery.us
Integrating Psychology and Spirituality for the relief of personal suffering – medicine.yale.edu/spiritualselfschema
Scott Kiloby – kiloby.com 
Lisa Dale Miller (Awakened Presence Psychotherapy) – lisadalemiller.com
Mindful Solutions for Addiction and Relapse Prevention (Drs. Elisha and Stefanie Goldstein) – elishagoldstein.com 
UCLA Mindful Awareness Research Center – www.uclahealth.org/programs/marc
Mindfulness for Recovery (Buddhist Based Practices for Abstinence & Recovery from Alcohol and Other Drug Addictions) – 5th-precept.org
New Life Foundation – www.newlifefoundation.com 
Northwest Buddhist recovery – www.nwbuddhistrecovery.org 
One Mind Dharma – oneminddharma.com 
Paul Hedderman (A Zen slap to your mind…) – www.zenbitchslap.com 
Paul Trafford (A dissertation on avoiding pamada and the 5th Precept) – Thesis 
ProTalk (A Rehabs.com community) – Is Mindfulness an Emerging Treatment for Addiction? 
Sacred Connections (Unifying Principles of the 12 Steps of A.A. in the Wisdom Traditions) – www.12wisdomsteps.com 
San Francisco Zen Center – Meditation in Recovery 
Signs of Mental Health Disorders – www.detoxrehabs.net/identify-mental-health-issues 
Refuge Recovery – A Buddhist Path to Recovering from Addiction 
The 83 Problems – the83problems 
The Mindful Addict (Tom Catton talks about his book The Mindful Addict in a YouTube video) – The Mindful Addict 
The Secular Buddhist (Paul Saintilan talks about his involvement in the Buddhist Recovery Network and the use of Buddhist practice in recovering from addiction –podcast) – www.thesecularbuddhist.com 
The Smart Buddhist (Modern Psychology applied with Buddhist Philosophy for lasting recovery from dependence) – facebook.com/smartbuddhistcom/
The Spiritual Self-Schema development program (Integrating psychology and spirituality for the relief of personal suffering) – medicine.yale.edu/spiritualselfschema
Thamkrabok Monastery Detox and Rehab

The Twelve Steps of Liberation – lionsroardharmacenter.org/mindful-recovery
Vipassana Meditation Courses in Prisons – www.prison.dhamma.org 
Wildmind (Meditation resources) – www.wildmind.org 
Yes, We’re Buddhists Too –  Jan Willis examines the subtle—and not so subtle—racism that exists in American Buddhism. – www.lionsroar.com
ZenBitchSlap – www.zenbitchslap.com 


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