The disease of addiction was prevalent in my life before I ever picked up a substance. I can remember my friends and I riding bikes across town to shoplift from
Could you imagine being able to function on a daily basis without putting a substance into your body? Ever think about having a family of your own, going back to
Blog post by: Alumni Relations Specialist It says it right in the 1st step. We admitted we were powerless. What exactly does that mean? The definition of powerless is “without
Blog Post by: Alumni Relations Specialist When I entered rehab, I didn’t know anything about a program or a fellowship. I did not know AA meetings were real. I thought they
Common things I hear from addicts in the 12 step meetings are “When will I get my family’s trust back?” and “When can I make my amends for my addiction?” It is great to
Blog Post By: Alumni Relations Specialist Sometimes the fear of not knowing is worse than knowing. However, we come into the program and work with our sponsor on step work.
The holidays are upon us. It is a time to celebrate and give thanks with family and friends. And although these celebrations can be wonderful, sometimes sobriety is tested. There
Blog post by: Alumni Relations Specialist Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) was founded by Dr. Bob and Bill Wilson in an attempt to help other suffering alcoholics. They had found a plan,