New Study Finds AA Promotes Long-Term Recovery

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A recent study has found that participation in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) promotes long-term recovery. The study was conducted by Case Western Reserve and published in a special issue of Substance Abuse. Researchers found two factors to be especially important for lasting behavior change: 1) attending meetings and 2) helping others. They stated that helping others may be as simple as sharing one’s recovery story or as involved as filling a service position. To read the press release, click here.

For more information about AA in Minnesota, click here. To search for an AA meeting near you, click here. Additional resources are also available under the “Seeking Help” tab on SACK’s homepage.

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