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The Holy Bible reads, God cares for you so turn all your worries over to him. 1 Peter 5:7 Many alcoholics need daily Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. The overall medical cares of a 12 Steps program is to help patients with abstinence.

Symptoms of alcohol withdrawal(AW) may range in severity from mild tremors to massive convulsions. Mild AW can cause pain and suffering; severe AW can be life-threatening.

The goals of AW treatment are to relieve the patient’s discomfort, prevent the occurrence of more serious symptoms, and forestall cumulative effects that might worsen future withdrawals.

Alcoholics Anonymous the 12 Steps program was formed to aid with the recovery from alcohol. Anonymity is the spiritual foundation of the program. Giving first name and not talking about people we see, or repeat what we hear at meetings.

People who continue recovery from alcoholism with the help of AA admit experiencing emotional growth, self-control and spiritual awakening.

There is a new program with the 12 Steps called Celebrate Recovery. It is a biblical recovery program designed to free people from hopeless addictions and persistent temptations. 

The Holy Bible gives us very practical advice, on how to handle our speech. James 1:26 reads, we should ask God for wisdom, be slow to speak, and listen more than we talk.

Many churches have seen the awesome power of this program in action. Numerous people have been saved from all kinds of hurts, habits, and addictions.     

Alcoholics Helpline Service & Addictions Center 
Toll Free
1-800-438-1150.

Website www.aa.org