Christians in Recovery (CIR) is an international organization of Christians who work to help other Christians recover from alcoholism, drug abuse, overeating and other addictive behaviors. Their program is based on the belief that the Bible "is the inspired, infallible, utilimately (sic) authoritative Word of God."
CIR uses a version of the 12 Steps. For example, they include addictions and dysfunctions and make reference to the Bible in their Steps. CIR members meet regularly, usually at least weekly, and meetings are found in the United States, Canada and other countries. Their meetings may include Bible study as well as work with the CIR 12 Steps. Meeting lists can be found online and through Christian Churches.