Alcoholics Anonymous has inspired mutual aid fellowships with close variations of the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions for dozens of other addictions including:

ACA – Adult Children of Alcoholics

Al-Anon/Alateenfor friends and family members  of alcoholics

CA – Cocaine Anonymous

CLA – Clutterers Anonymous

CMA – Crystal Meth Anonymous

Co-Anonfor friends and family of addicts

CoDA – Co-Dependents  Anonymous – for people working to end patterns of dysfunctional  relationships

COSA – formerly Codependents of Sex Addicts

COSLAA – CoSex  and Love Addicts Anonymous

DA – Debtors Anonymous

EA – Emotions Anonymous – for recovery from mental and emotional illness

EHA – Emotional Health Anonymous – for recovery from mental and emotional illness

FA – Families Anonymous – for relatives and friends of addicts

FA – Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous

FAA – Food Addicts Anonymous

GA – Gamblers Anonymous

Gam-Anon/Gam-A-Teenfor friends and family members of problem gamblers

HA – Heroin Anonymous

MA – Marijuana Anonymous

NA – Narcotics Anonymous

NAIL – Neurotics Anonymous – for recovery from mental and emotional illness

Nar-Anonfor friends and family members of addicts

NicA – Nicotine Anonymous

OA – Overeaters Anonymous

OLGA – Online Gamers Anonymous

PA – Pills Anonymous – for recovery from prescription pill addiction

SA – Sexaholics Anonymous

SA – Smokers Anonymous

SAA – Sex Addicts Anonymous

SCA – Sexual Compulsives Anonymous

SIA – Survivors of Incest Anonymous

SLAA – Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous

UA – Underearners Anonymous

WA – Workaholics Anonymous

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