Begin Your Recovery At Our Non-12 Step Rehab 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. There are also many non-12 step rehab and recovery programs available.
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.”
NON-12-STEP REHAB CENTER & RECOVERY FOR ALCOHOL AND DRUG TREATMENT IN SAN CLEMENTE ORANGE COUNTY CALIFORNIA
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.