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Alcoholism Intervention

Alcoholism intervention is a strategic and supportive approach aimed at guiding individuals toward acknowledging the existence and consequences of their addiction. It serves as a pivotal moment when loved ones, guided by professional interventionists,…
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Evidence-Based Treatment

What is evidence-based treatment? Evidence-based treatment is a treatment based on years of scientific research and observation. Tangible and measurable data back it. Therefore, it has a certain level of credibility based on previous results.…
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5 Facts About Women and Addiction

Addiction never discriminates. This problem can affect people from all walks of life without regard to social status, ethnicity, or even gender. It is a common misconception that it is mostly men who struggle with a substance abuse problem and…
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7 College Campuses in Colorado That Have Great Substance Abuse Resources for Students

Substance abuse is an increasing problem on college campuses. According to a study on Drug and Alcohol Use in College-Age Adults in 2015, the National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) found that 31.9% of college students participated in binge…
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NA vs AA vs PA – All “Anonymous” Groups Explained

Today, many anonymous groups exist to help people recover from their addiction. The 12-step anonymous tradition all started with Alcoholics Anonymous - or AA. The 12 steps were originally called the “12 Traditions,” and they were written…
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The 4th Step: The Importance of a Moral Inventory During Recovery from Addiction

“Made a searching and fearless moral inventories of ourselves.” The 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous, the Fourth Step The Twelve Steps can be thought of as your roadmap to recovery.  When you get to the Fourth Step, you are starting…
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A Power Greater Than Myself: My Journey with the 12-Steps

In my journey of recovery there were many unsuccessful starts. They were unsuccessful for many different reasons I believe, but I can distill them down to two basic flaws: lack of honesty and lack of willingness. My 12-Step Experience Presently,…