12 Steps and 12 Traditions is the book outlining the 24 basic principles of Alcoholics Anonymous. The book was written in 1953 by AA co-founder, William Griffith Wilson, or, as he is more commonly known within the AA community, Bill W. Today’s Anonymous programs address many forms addiction beyond alcohol – from narcotics to gambling to food to the Internet and technology, but all of them follow the basic tenets that can be found in this book and have been guiding addicts through recovery since the program was first developed in the 1930’s.
About Mare’s House
Mare’s House is a transitional living program for young women ages eighteen to thirty-five. The program uses a 360-degree approach combined with individualized support to help women in recovery establish the balance of spirit, self control, empowerment, and esteem that facilitates long-term sobriety.
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