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What is Alcoholics Anonymous?

What is Alcoholics Anonymous?

Alcoholic Use Disorder Alcohol Use Disorder is a chronic brain disorder that can be characterized by excessive alcohol use, lack of control over drinking habits and a negative emotional state while drinking alcohol. When a drinking problem occurs that affects...
History of Rule 62

History of Rule 62

Alcoholics Anonymous Alcoholics Anonymous or better known as “AA” is a group of men and women that come together to work through their drinking problem. It has been around for over 80 years and is open to anyone who would like to get sober. It is a multiracial,...
Who Created Rule 62?

Who Created Rule 62?

Rule 62 The Big Book of Alcoholics The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous was created to help people recover from alcohol addiction. The book includes many life experiences as well as the series of 12-step solutions for recovery. Some of the sections will target a...
What is Rule 62?

What is Rule 62?

What is AA? Alcoholics Anonymous or “AA” has been around for over 80 years and is a community of men and women who join to work through their drinking problems. It is a support group that is non-political, multiracial, self-supporting, non-professional and is...
Can AA Help Those Addicted to Alcohol?

Can AA Help Those Addicted to Alcohol?

Addiction is such a devastating disease because it disguises itself as a cure. Alcohol can numb the pain, hide anxieties and depression, and fast-forward the most traumatic parts of life. Many people don’t see a way out of addiction because they don’t fully understand...
Staying Sober in Alcoholics Anonymous

Staying Sober in Alcoholics Anonymous

Alcoholics Anonymous has been a fundamental partner to our Orange County rehab and detox. While our detox specialists can provide therapy, guidance, and a safe recovery environment for patients, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is the perfect place to help you stay sober...