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12 Step Facilitation Therapy

The 12 step program has been one of the most widely used treatments for addiction for nearly 100 years. And, while there has been some controversy over the effectiveness of the 12 steps themselves, there are 1000s of success stories involving success in sobriety, thanks to 12 step programs. In the last 50 years, the ….

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The Importance of Giving Back

Once you’ve started on the road to recovery, you may find yourself wanting to give back. Not only is a fundamental aspect of the 12 steps, but many feel as though it’s a way to pay it forward. Here are some of the reasons giving back is so important in recovery. Spreading Hope When in ….

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Does the 12 Step Program Really Work?

When it comes to traveling the road to sobriety, many different methods are available. One of the most popular methods is the 12 Step program. Many people think that the program is designed strictly for alcoholics. While the program was originally designed for Alcoholics Anonymous, it is often used for other types of addictions as ….

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12 Steps to Recovery Defined

In 1938, Bill W. and Dr. Bob founded Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and developed what would come to be known as the foundational twelve-steps to recovery. In 1953, AA first published Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, which cemented the steps and the basic Fellowship function of the group. Since then, the twelve steps have expanded their ….

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AA: An in Depth Look at Step 5

According to the National Institute on Drug Abuse, the number one priority for a substance abuse treatment program is to help people live addiction free. One of the most common programs is Alcoholics Anonymous, a community based program involves alcoholics helping other alcoholics recovery from alcohol addiction. This program is comprised of 12 steps. Each ….

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