Founded in 1935, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) became the first 12-step support group. AA is the largest and most well-known of the 12-step groups. However, there are many other "Anonymous" groups based on the same 12-steps. Examples include Overeaters Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Sex Addicts Anonymous, and Gamblers Anonymous, to name just a few.

Fellowships in this section follow reasonably close variations of the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous.

  1. AA – Alcoholics Anonymous
  2. ACA – Adult Children of Alcoholics
  3. Al-Anon/Alateen, for friends and families of alcoholics
  4. CA – Cocaine Anonymous
  5. CMA – Crystal Meth Anonymous
  6. Co-Anon, for friends and family of addicts
  7. CoDA – Co-Dependents Anonymous, for people working to end patterns of dysfunctional relationships and develop functional and healthy
  8. relationships
  9. COSA – an auxiliary group of Sex Addicts Anonymous
  10. COSLAA – CoSex and Love Addicts Anonymous
  11. DA – Debtors Anonymous
  12. EA – Emotions Anonymous, for recovery from mental and emotional illness
  13. FA – Families Anonymous, for relatives and friends of addicts
  14. FA – Food Addicts in Recovery Anonymous
  15. FAA – Food Addicts Anonymous
  16. GA – Gamblers Anonymous
  17. Gam-Anon/Gam-A-Teen, for friends and family members of problem gamblers
  18. HA – Heroin Anonymous
  19. MA – Marijuana Anonymous
  20. NA – Narcotics Anonymous
  21. Nar-Anon, for friends and family members of addicts
  22. NicA – Nicotine Anonymous
  23. OA – Overeaters Anonymous
  24. OLGA – Online Gamers Anonymous
  25. PA – Pills Anonymous, for recovery from prescription pill addiction.
  26. SA – Sexaholics Anonymous
  27. SAA – Sex Addicts Anonymous
  28. SCA – Sexual Compulsives Anonymous
  29. SIA – Survivors of Incest Anonymous
  30. SLAA – Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous
  31. SRA – Sexual Recovery Anonymous
  32. UA – Underearners Anonymous
  33. WA – Workaholics Anonymous