Simple Path Recovery includes 12-step integration into all therapy as an immediate foundation of addiction recovery. The 12-step model is based on the theory that compulsive people understand one another and are relatable. This group of recovering addicts and alcoholics know where you’ve been, they know the know what your thinking, along with your fears. Likewise, they’re willing to provide the kind of help that only another addict or alcoholic would understand.
Florida Drug Rehab is Only the Beginning
South Florida drug and alcohol rehab is a program that helps you get clean and sober. It is the beginning of the recovery process. During addiction treatment you learn about the disease of addiction, triggers, coping and how to take better care of yourself.
Additionally, you begin the process of getting honest with yourself and uncovering long-hidden fears and misguided beliefs that may have held you back from achieving your potential. In addiction treatment, you are in a safe, secure and supportive environment. You have the appropriate setting in which to begin the recovery process. Here, you are away from the distractions and pressures of past people, places and things. The reason treatment professionals at Florida drug rehabs get you start with 12-step integration is that it will always be with you (meetings are everywhere). This is the foundation needed to continue working the 12-steps and sobriety accountability.
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What are Alcoholics Anonymous or Narcotics Anonymous?
In short, Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of men and women who share their experiences, strength and hope with each other. They do this to solve their common problem and help others recover from alcoholism. The only requirement for membership is a desire to stop drinking. The same would apply to Narcotics Anonymous or other related 12-step programs.
Anyone who thinks they have a problem with drugs or alcohol can attend. It is open to all ages, genders, education levels, races and religions.
The people who attend 12-step meetings come from all walks of life. They are the newly-sober, those coming back after relapse, the old-timers, and everything in-between. One thing they all have in common is that they want to remain sober. They support others with the same goal. No one will pry into your personal life. You go by first name only. This principle is why 12-step treatment groups have the word “Anonymous” in their names; Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, Marijuana Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous, and so on. As such, we find these programs to be vital to achieve lasting sobriety.