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  • Adolescents 12-step Group Participation

    Can 12-step group participation strengthen and extend the benefits of adolescent addiction treatment? A prospective analysis Background Despite advances in the development of treatments for adolescents with substance use disorders (SUD), relapse remains common following an index treatment episode. Community continuing care resources, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA), have been shown …∞

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    Imagery & Twelve Step Facilitation

    Using Imagery and Storytelling to Educate Outpatients about 12-Step Programs and Improve Their Participation in Community-based Programs The longer a patient remains engaged in recovery activities the greater the success of long-term abstinence. Self-help community programs that use the 12-steps such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are known in the addictions field …∞

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    Teens Medical Cost Less with 12 Steps

    12-Step participation reduces medical use costs among adolescents with a history of alcohol and other drug treatment Background Adolescents who attend 12-step groups following alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment are more likely to remain abstinent and to avoid relapse post-treatment. We examined whether 12-step attendance is also associated with a corresponding reduction in health …∞

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    Attendance at Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings

      Attendance at Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous meetings, frequency of attendance and substance use outcomes after residential treatment for drug dependence: a 5-year follow-up study. This study investigates the relationship between frequency of attendance at Narcotics Anonymous and Alcoholics Anonymous (NA/AA) meetings and substance use outcomes after residential treatment of drug dependence. It was …∞

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    AA & NA Help Youth Sobriety

    Can 12-step group participation strengthen and extend the benefits of adolescent addiction treatment? A prospective analysis. Abstract BACKGROUND: Despite advances in the development of treatments for adolescents with substance use disorders (SUD), relapse remains common following an index treatment episode. Community continuing care resources, such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA), have been …∞

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    Alcoholics Anonymous and Nursing

      Alcoholics Anonymous and Nursing; Lessons in Holism and Spiritual Care. Alcoholic Anonymous (AA) is a worldwide, 2 million-member organization that has assisted countless alcoholics to achieve sobriety through a spiritual program of recovery from alcoholism. Based on spiritual principles known as the “Twelve Steps” and “Twelve Traditions,” AA has provided a model for other …∞

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    AA and NA Works for Youth too

    Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous benefit adolescents who attend

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    AA and NA Reduce Medical Costs

    12-Step participation reduces medical use costs among adolescents with a history of alcohol and other drug treatment Adolescents who attend 12-step groups following alcohol and other drug (AOD) treatment are more likely to remain abstinent and to avoid relapse post-treatment. We examined whether 12-step attendance is also associated with a corresponding reduction in health care …∞

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