Welcome to the Silicon Valley chapter of SMART Recovery®.
|The Small Book (Rational Recovery Systems) The Small Book (Rational Recovery Systems)
Offering an alternative to twelve-step programs, a supportive guide explains how to identify the impulse to use
|Sex, Drugs, Gambling & Chocolate: A Workbook for Overcoming Addictions
Eliminate or reduce any type of addictive behavior with this practical and effective workbook. Treats addictions "as a
|Recovery Options: The Complete Guide
Joseph Volpicelli, Maia Szalavitz
In Recovery Options: The Complete Guide, you will learn what addiction is—and what it isn’t. You will examine both the mechanism of addiction
Our face-to-face meeting format runs 90 minutes and promotes open discussion and exploration.
We openly share our experiences with alcohol and drug abuse, or our other addicitive behaviors, and discuss methods for dealing with them.
Find a SMART Recovery meeting near you.
Browse the books that make up the foundation of SMART Recovery ideals and principles.
Topics include dealing with alcohol and drug addiction, alcoholism, relapse prevention, self-help techniques, non 12-step approaches to recovery, rational emotive behavioral therapy, and recovery principles.
These offer quick and convenient access to others seeking independence from their addictive behaviors
From the Blog:
- 11-02-2012Sorry, there will be no Santa Cruz meeting on Tuesday, Nov 6 2012. The meeting location at Emeline is a polling place for the election, so it will not be available for us to use. Meetings will resume the following week as normal. Go out and vote!
- 09-30-2011The National SMART Recovery® website has published its Fall 2011 newsletter. We encourage anyone interested in SMART Recovery® to download the full newsletter as a PDF using the link below. Inside this issue of News & Views: Two Years Today 4-Point Program® Two Years Ago Introducing Our New Editor Recovering from a Busy Recovery Month Volunteers Present SMART Recovery® Overview to State Treatment Staff It’s a ‘B,’ Not a…
- 08-16-2011The National SMART Recovery® website has published its Summer 2011 newsletter. We encourage anyone interested in SMART Recovery® to download the full newsletter as a PDF using the link below. Inside this issue of News & Views: In Honor and Remembrance of Emmett Velten REBT for People with Co-occurring Problems: Albert Ellis in the Wilds of Arizona One Year Today Unconditional Self Acceptance My Head’s a Mess Is a Challenging Situation a Threat or an…