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Region 8 Mental Health Services Madison County Office

Pathway Healthcare

Born Free New Beginnings Trt Program of Catholic Charities Inc

Lifecore Health Group Monroe County Office

Vertava Health of Mississippi

Imagine Behavioral Health LLC

Fair Park Counseling PLLC

Lifecore Health Group Chickasaw County Office

Gulf Coast Mental Health Center Crossroads Recovery Center

Gulf Coast Mental Health Center Region 13

Mississippi Drug and Alcohol Treatment Center

Stevens Center of Singing River Servs Region 14

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Perry County Office

Gulf Coast Mental Health Center Pearl River County Office

Gulf Coast Mental Health Center Stone County Office

Weems Community MH Center Clarke County Office

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Region 12

Pine Grove BH and Addiction Servs

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Lamar County

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Region 12 Oak Arbor

Second Chance

Alliance Health Center DBA Alliance Health Center Inc

Pine Belt Mental Healthcare Resources Marion County Office

Serenity Summit LLC

Jolimar Recovery Center

Region 8 Mental Health Services

Region 8 Mental Health Services A and D Services

Weems Community MH Center Neshoba County Office

Region 8 Mental Health Services Residential Treatment Center

(12) Twelve Step Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers

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(12) Twelve Step Alcohol and Drug Rehab Centers in Mississippi

The 12-Step process is often considered the foundation for all conventional addiction recovery. While it may not be the preferred choice for everyone, it provides a behavioral framework to build a life in recovery and continually strengthen sobriety. Most rehab centers in the United States are 12 Step-based or offer an option to help individuals recover. The 12-Step process addresses all aspects of life that may have been affected by addiction, including self-worth, spirituality, relationships, and more. It requires admitting a certain level of powerlessness over substance use and putting faith in a higher power to recover.

What Are the 12 Steps?

The 12 Steps in addiction recovery are broken down as follows:

  1. Admitting powerlessness over substance use and that’s made life unmanageable
  2. Belief that a Power greater than ourselves could restore sanity
  3. Making the decision to turn your will and life over to the care of God as you understand it
  4. Making a “searching and fearless” moral inventory of yourself
  5. Admitting to God, yourself, and others the exact nature of your wrongdoings
  6. Readiness to have God remove all these defects of character
  7. Humbly asking God to remove your shortcomings
  8. Making a list of all persons you have harmed, and being willing to make amends to them all
  9. Making direct amends to such people wherever possible, except when to do so, would injure them or others
  10. Continuing to take personal inventory and when we were wrong promptly admitted it.
  11. Seeking through prayer and meditation to improve conscious contact with God as you understand Him, praying only for knowledge of His will for you and the power to carry that out.
  12. Having had a spiritual awakening as the result of these steps, trying to carry this message to alcoholics and to practice these principles in all your affairs.

Local 12 Step NA and AA Meetings

The twelve steps program is used in local NA and AA meetings as well. The twelve steps first appeared in a 1939 book, “Alcoholics Anonymous: The Story of How More Than One Hundred Men Have Recovered from Alcoholism.”

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