Alcoholic's Anonymous has been around since 1935 and has been offering support services to individuals who need a structured approach to sobriety. AA is a non-medical approach to alcoholism and uses a 12-step program that is based on spirituality. It has been successful but this form of treatment is long term and must be utilized for the remainder of a participates life. Should Alcoholic's Anonymous be phased out? Is it an "old-fashioned" approach?
Read the article below titled "A Different Path To Fighting Addiction" and share your thoughts!