How Do I Know If a 12-Step Substance Abuse Program Is Right for Me?

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Created On: Monday, 21, October 2019
Modified On: Saturday, 16, November 2019

Any type of 12-step recovery program promotes abstinence by supporting one another and following the 12-steps. Much of this process is accepting you are powerless over your addiction, taking responsibility for it, and taking part in fellowship with others. However, many addicts do ask if the 12-step program is right for them. When struggling with your addiction, and you want to hear what others have to say about theirs, you will find that with 12-step fellowship. Many addicts attempt to quit drugs and alcohol on their own with no success and do not have help or support. The 12-step treatment approach will provide this support, and you will have a solid support network of people going through the same things.

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When a former addict has completed some type of drug treatment program, they will need solid aftercare treatment. Most will turn to the 12-steps to help them with their on-going recovery. Even sober living homes will promote the 12-steps and have the client take part in meetings and support groups. Many addicts feel they need peer support and would benefit from it. If this is the case, 12-step fellowships are the best place to start. You are sponsored onto the program by a seasoned member who will help you work through the steps.