For dually-diagnosed individuals, continued participation in dual recovery self-help groups plays a significant role in the recovery process, particularly in the area of substance use.
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Alcoholics Anonymous and Narcotics Anonymous benefit adolescents who attend
Posted in 12-Step Groups, Addiction, Alcohol, Alcoholics Anon, Alcoholism, Assessment, Demographics, Disease of addiction, Drugs, Mutual-help, Narcotics Anon, Recovery, Relapse prevention, Research, Self-help, Spirituality, Target populations, TSF, Youth and tagged adolescent, Alcoholics Anon, anonynymity, Narcotics Anon. Use this permalink for a bookmark.