Useful Links

Buddhist Recovery Network

International Buddhist Recovery Network –

UK Buddhist Recovery Network –

Hungry Ghost Retreats –

Thamkrabok Monastery Detox and Rehabilitation Centre

Associated websites

Articles and information about Buddhist Precepts

Avoiding pamāda: An analysis of the Fifth Precept as Social Protection in Contemporary Contexts with reference to the early Buddhist teachings: –

The Five Precepts : The purpose of Buddhist moral precepts –

The Five Mindfulness Trainings – Revised –

Other miscellaneous links on Buddhism and Recovery

Kevin Griffin – Buddhism & Recovery –

Recovery Dharma – Using Buddhist practices and principles to heal the suffering of addiction –

Refuge Recovery – A Buddhist Path to Recovering from Addiction –

Eight Step Recovery – uses the Buddhist teachings to overcome addiction –

Mindfulness Bibliography – a PDF bibliography of mindfulness literature is available at –

The Spiritual Self-Schema development program – integrating psychology and spirituality for the relief of personal suffering-

Angulimala Buddhist Prison Chaplaincy –

Vipassana Meditation Courses in Prisons –

Wat Suan Mokkh – Meditation courses in South Thailand (in English) –

Wildmind – Meditation resources –