12-Step Programs for Drug and Alcohol Treatment have helped hundreds of thousands of individuals (and their families!) struggling with addictions.
Originally based on the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) 12 steps to recovery, this treatment option is built on a support structure that combines individual steps of guided action, plus the shared experiences of others who are in addiction recovery.
From your first day in 12-step rehab you will be with people who understand. We’ll work with you to find the best program that meets your individual needs. We’ll help you make sense of the many choices you have to consider when you are desperate for help, not for choices.
What happens in 12-step rehab?
The first and most important of the 12 steps to recovery is admitting that you have an addiction to drugs and/or alcohol, and that it has taken over your life. You are powerless, and no longer in control. In fact, taking this step may have led you to this site. You might be the addict, or it may be your loved one, but you need help and guidance right now.
Other steps help you admit and accept the mistakes you have made along the way. Learning to follow each step is hard, this is a given. You will be working on more than one step at a time, but each of the 12 steps creates a strength that will help you stay in recovery.
Are 12-step programs all the same? Not necessarily. Each program has the common goal of giving you a framework on which to live a positive, addiction-free life. Individual 12-step recovery programs may focus on a specific kind of addiction or combination of addictions. Among these are AA, Narcotics Anonymous (NA) and Cocaine Anonymous (CA).
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