Bay Cove Human Services New Hope Transition Support Program61 Redfield Road
South Weymouth, MA 2190
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One of the ways in which alcohol and drug treatment facilities in Norfolk county can assist their clients undergoing rehabilitation is through introducing them to the right 12-step groups. These groups are particularly useful in helping individuals minimizes their chance of relapse.
Most 12-step groups were modeled after AA - Alcoholics Anonymous. In these groups, you will meet with other people in recovery so that you can continue giving strength and hope to each other and prevent a relapse.
Most of these groups incorporate various spiritual themes to help their patients heal and overcome their addiction to drugs or alcohol. As a member, you will approach your ongoing sobriety and recovery by following some distinct recovery steps.
12-step groups also encourage the principles of humility, perseverance, willingness, brotherhood, hope, and honesty. Through these principles, members are better placed to continue on the road to recovery while remaining free of drugs and/or alcohol.
Most 12-step groups like Alcoholics Anonymous, Narcotics Anonymous, and others adopt 12 basic traditions that provide rules for the practices and governance of these groups. These traditions include:
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