Supporting Institutions

The below listings are a selection of Institutions and Organizations providing help for alcohol, drug, AIDS/HIV and gaming related problems. We have also listed some specifically supporting women.

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Alcoholics Anonymous

Supporting Institutions
The AA community in Lima is quite large and in every district you find numerous groups meeting up regularly. And even in Peru's provinces the community is growing.

Al-Anon / Alateen

Supporting Institutions
Family and firends of alcoholics find help and support at Al-Anon / Alateen meetings. There are numerous groups meeting up reguarly in Lima and Peru's provinces.

Narcotics Anonymous

Supporting Institutions
Narcotics Anonymous offers numerous group meetings around Lima and Peru's provinces.

DEVIDA

Supporting Institutions
Devida is Peru's National Commission for Development and Life without Drugs.

CEDRO

Supporting Institutions
The Information and Education Center for the Prevention of Drug Abuse (CEDRO) is a private Peruvian non-profit organization created in 1986.

Via Libre

Supporting Institutions
The Via Libre organization was established in Lima in 1990 at the initiative of six health professionals dedicated to prevent the spread of HIV / AIDS and other STIs in Peru reducing or trying to eliminate the individual, community and social impact of these diseases in the country.

Demus

Supporting Institutions
Demus is a Peruvian feminist organization that defends human rights, in particular the sexual and reproductive rights of women, promoting their free exercise and questioning the hegemonic cultural paradigm on women and their sexuality.

Manuela Ramos Movement

Supporting Institutions
The Movement Manuela Ramos is a Peruvian non-profit feminist organization that has been operating since 1978 with the main aim to improve the situation and position of women in Lima, Peru.

The Abortion Hotline

Supporting Institutions
The Abortion Hotline was founded in 2010 and is operated by The Collective for Free Information for Women (CLIM).

Ajuper - Gamblers in Rehabilitation

Supporting Institutions
Since its foundation in 2005, Ajuper helps gamblers and their families to cope with and leave this addiction behind.
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