Begin Your Recovery At Our Non-12 Step Program Today!
Many people know that Bill Wilson founded Alcoholics Anonymous in 1935. While he was intoxicated, he attended his first Oxford Group meeting. That organization later became AA, a volunteer-led, Christian-based organization with millions of members worldwide. Other groups, such as Narcotics Anonymous and Overeaters Anonymous, have copied the successful 12-step model.
Many people do not know that Bill Wilson did not get sober by attending group meetings. He was under a doctor’s care for several months. It might have been this experience which prompted him to say that “the roads to recovery are many.”
So, the 12-step approach does not always work. If you or a loved one is in this situation, it’s nice to know there is an alternative to inpatient treatment. That alternative could be a non-12-step recovery program, like the ones available at The House of the Rising Son. We tailor flexible programs to meet individual needs.