The 12 Steps of Alcohol Treatment in Portland

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The 12-step program is the most recognized method of treating alcohol addiction. Millions of people have tried it and seen success. In fact, one of the largest and most widely supported studies says that Alcoholics Anonymous and associated 12-step programs work. The Project MATCH study was published in 1998 and was supported by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Good 12-step alcohol treatment in Portland allows an addict to focus on his or her recovery in the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual spaces. Group, family, and individual counseling can be instituted, putting a person on the right track toward a future without alcohol.

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The 12 Steps of Alcohol Treatment in Portland :

The 12 Steps of Alcohol Treatment in Portland The 12-step program is the most recognized method of treating alcohol addiction. Millions of people have tried it and seen success. In fact, one of the largest and most widely supported studies says that Alcoholics Anonymous and associated 12-step programs work. The Project MATCH study was published in 1998 and was supported by the National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Good 12-step alcohol treatment in Portland allows an addict to focus on his or her recovery in the mental, physical, emotional, and spiritual spaces. Group, family, and individual counseling can be instituted, putting a person on the right track toward a future without alcohol.

What’s in a 12-Step Program:

What’s in a 12-Step Program Many people are familiar with the 12-step program instituted by Alcoholics Anonymous, and it is the basis for alcohol treatment in Portland and around the country. This is what a 12-step program looks like: 1.Admission of powerlessness over alcohol to the point life has become unmanageable. A person has to realize he or she has a problem and understand that problem. 2.The belief that there is a power greater than oneself that can restore the addict to sanity. A person is free to choose the higher power that works for him or her. 3.Deciding to turn one’s will and life over to God as He is understood. This is a person turning over to the higher power that he or she has chosen. 4.Search oneself and make a fearless moral inventory. This can be uncomfortable, but honesty is very important. 5.Admit to God, to oneself, and to another person what one has done wrong.

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Addiction Can Be Managed 6.Readiness to have the higher power remove all of those character defects. 7.Humbly asking God to remove shortcomings. While this may seem to go hand in hand with step 6 in 12-step alcohol treatment in Portland, it is more defined in that it addresses negativity, anger, and apathy. 8.Listing people that have been harmed by the alcoholism and being willing to make amends with each of them. The harmful acts can be large and small. 9.Making amends with people when possible, except when doing so will cause injury to those people or any others. 10.Continue taking a personal inventory and promptly admitting when wrong.

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11.Using prayer and meditation to improve communication with God and conscious contact. Praying for knowledge of His will and the power to carry out that will. This may vary from one alcohol treatment in Portland to another. 12.A spiritual awakening as the result of the previous 11 steps and carrying the message to other alcoholics and practicing the principles in all affairs. The 12-Step Basis The 12 steps listed above are the basis for alcohol treatment in Portland. The premise of each step can vary based on what is recommended and the facility. Nonetheless, the goal is the same and so is the successful result. Research shows that 12-step programs work, which is why it’s important to have this and similar programs available for those looking to eliminate their addiction to alcohol.

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