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The Twelve Traditions are the principles that keep 12-step support groups (or any group), focused on their primary task of fellowship. The Twelve Traditions serve as the framework by which the internal operations of all 12-step programs operate. Tradition One - Our common welfare should come first; personal recovery depends on our group unity.
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We admitted we were powerless over Heroin, that our lives had become unmanageable. --- That was a harsh reality to become an addict so quickly! I was just “using socially” at that time, just a few bags a day. Although, realizing this AND wanting to change it, well, that was still some time away from us.
Glorious Recovery Foundation is dedicated to helping youth in recovery, adults in recovery, and children of parents in early recovery, so they rediscover their talents, gain new skills, and encourage learning by a formal education.
Address: 337 Main St (Rear Entrance), West Haven, CT GR partnered with The Twelve Steps Club to host this super festive holiday party with lots of delicious food, fun photos with… Continue reading DIY Holiday Crafts – West Haven, CT – 12/19 1pm
Hey Addiction, So how do you like me now? Sitting in rehab, take a bow.I gave you my money, my cars, my trucks Broken & bitter.. Angry - giving no… Continue reading Recovery Poem by Tony Cassese
Have you ever worried about telling your boss. especially after coming out of treatment, that you need flexible hours for the next 2 months to attend your IOP? How about… Continue reading Did you know? People in recovery are protected by Americans with Disabilities ACT
So much to do, so many places to be - and many of us do not even know!Earlier this year, we were contacted by a professor from Central State Connecticut… Continue reading Glorious Calendar – all events in one place
As the holiday season is coming up upon us, I’m thinking of “things to do to insure my sobriety.” The first thing would be my memory. Those first two weeks… Continue reading Carolyn’s Story – why I stopped, what I did, and how I did it