May 2022

Are you interested in contributing to our blog?

If you have a knack for writing, or another perspective on any of the issues covered here, and want to make a difference in someone's life, we invite you to submit an article for publication in our blog. Read More…

The Salvation Army & its role in substance abuse recovery

Commonly known today for its second-hand stores, homeless shelters, job training programs, and food pantries, one of the Salvation Army's earliest missions was the rehabilitation of people addicted to alcohol. Read More…

How Does Sponsorship Work?

In Alcoholics Anonymous and other 12-Step program, a sponsor is someone who has been where we want to be in the 12-Step program, and might be in a position to help us get there. Read More…

The Founding of Alcoholics Anonymous

In order to fully understand the origins of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), it would be necessary to look at the organizations that preceeded it, namely A First Century Christian Fellowship, which became the Oxford Group Movement, and then Moral Re-Armament. Read More…