12 Step Community & Accountability for Long-term Recovery
The 12 Step program is a series of steps that was created by Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) more than 80 years ago. This program was designed to help those suffering from alcoholism overcome their addiction.
Since then, 12 Step programs have been adapted to help those suffering from a multitude of drug and alcohol addictions. They are found in programs such as Cocaine Anonymous (CA) Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA), Heroin Anonymous (HA), and Marijuana Anonymous (MA).
At Cornerstone Healing Center, we connect all of our clients with a sponsor and immerse them into the supportive 12 Step community here in the valley. By going through the 12 step process, sharing personal experiences with peers, and by hearing the personal stories of others, members get the support they need to find new and deeper connections with themselves, spirituality, and the world around them while becoming part of a life-changing community.
How Does Spirituality Work in Treatment?
The program has a significant spiritual component, though what higher power clients choose to identify with is up to them and we have no religious affiliation.
By working the 12 steps with a sponsor our clients are able to tune in to their moral compass and begin to follow their intuition (with accountability) toward a much healthier and significantly more insightful experience of life.Spirituality is vitally important in addiction treatment.
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The 12 Step program is one core component of long-term recovery. At Cornerstone Healing Center Scottsdale rehab, clients will also participate in substance abuse treatment centers programs like:
One-on-one and group therapy
Fitness and nutrition training
Life-skills and relationship building coaching
Meditation and yoga therapy
We also provide sober living options for clients who need or want them. Clients who are transitioning back to normal life can also access our continuing care resources.
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