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How Does A.A. Work?

Alcoholics Anonymous is an anonymous recovery group that has been around for nearly a century. As the world’s foremost peer support group, A.A. has helped hundreds of thousands of people stop drinking.

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PTSD and Alcohol Abuse

If you are interested in seeking help for PTSD or alcoholism, there is no sense in waiting. Seeking help sooner than later could quite literally save your life. And, fortunately, there are many ways that you can do this.

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Signs you are ready to go to rehab

Rehab is one of the most important tools available to anyone who struggles with a substance abuse problem. Unfortunately, the hardest part about seeking rehab treatment is acknowledging that you actually have a problem.

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Is Rehab Confidential?

There are lots of reasons that you might be interested in keeping your recovery and rehabilitation confidential. Confidentiality helps to ensure your security in your workplace and school and can help prevent you from being faced with unwanted stigma.

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