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12-Step Recovery

“One Day at a Time”


Alcoholics anonymous was established in the 1930s. In fact, this first 12-step recovery grew out of the development of practices and beliefs crafted by Bill W. and his fellow alcoholics. This is documented in the book, Alcoholics Anonymous (the big book). The Big Book contains stories of the co-founders, as well as many members who have found recovery in the worldwide fellowship. The Big Book has helped millions of men and women recover from alcohol and drug addiction.


Consequently, the alcoholics anonymous model of 12 steps and 12 traditions is known as the standard for recovery from nearly any type of addiction. Furthermore, it is one of the oldest treatment programs around.  Recovery Tips



*Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) 12-step recovery is a free treatment program for people suffering from alcohol abuse and addiction.



*AA program members follow a set of self-help steps to achieve and maintain abstinence. In addition, many members use a sponsor to guide them through the process.




*AA is supported and organized by its members, and it operates independently of any outside funding. Furthermore, it is not affiliated with any religious or political group.




*The program uses a spiritual approach that includes a belief in a higher power.




*Men and women in the program attend meetings where they share experiences, strength and hope with one another. These meetings are often held in public spaces such as churches or schools.




*All AA members are anonymous.




*The organization’s goal is to promote sobriety by “carrying its message” to suffering addicts.