12 Step

12 step programs are the basis for our recovery process. With long term recovery in mind, our program is the key to success for addiction and sobriety. 12 Step programs are free treatment programs for people suffering from the disease alcoholism and addiction.

Through our team, you will have access to a wide variety of meetings including AA, NA and other programs. There are over 12 meetings through these groups each day. Here are a few examples of addiction, treatment, or recovery meetings available through our team:

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA):

AA is the original 12 step program that was created by Bill Wilson in 1935 in Akron, Ohio. It is a free treatment program for those suffering and recovered from active alcoholism. It has since become international and AA meetings can be found in most cities throughout the world, its membership consists of those who want to help others recover.

Narcotics Anonymous (NA):

NA was founded in 1953 by Jimmy Kinnon and based itself off the model that Bill Wilson created with AA. Narcotics Anonymous describes itself as a “nonprofit fellowship or society of men and women for whom drugs had become a major problem”. Jimmy K expanded the criteria of membership for those that suffer from addiction to any narcotic substance.

Additional Programs:

Other programs include Gamblers Anonymous (GA), Cocaine Anonymous (CA) and Marijuana Anonymous (MA). All of which contain tight knit fellowships of people who are willing to help others on the path to recovery.

The 12 step community of Flagstaff is considerably large and all inclusive. It contains members of all ages, races and religions. With so many to choose from, a little coordination and advice is needed. Let Came to Pass Sober Living guide you to the correct 12 step program and put you on a path to recovery.