Alcoholic Anonymous Recovery Center in Edinburgh, Scotland
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Questions & Answers
Get to know our organization and the famous 12 traditions that we are proud of.
The Alcoholics Anonymous Recovery Center in Edinburgh strives to help those dealing with alcoholism. This problem does not affect a specific walk of life or a group of people. Problems from alcohol can affect anyone including their friends and loved ones. Regardless of age, beliefs, or lifestyle, no one is immune to alcoholism.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) was an organization created by Bill Wilson (best known to most as Bill W.) and Bob Smith. It was based on Bill’s meetings with a group known as The Oxford Group. Upon attending his first meeting, Bill W. decided that alcohol would . .
The 12 Traditions of AA are core principles. These have laid the groundwork in other 12 step programs currently in existence. They were introduced in the Alcoholics Anonymous book (or the “Big Book”). Since then, the 12 Traditions have created a culture within Alcoholics Anonymous. A culture in which everyone recovers together. The Traditions provide . .
Our 12 Traditions
The first of the 12 traditions promote unity . . .
The second of the 12 Traditions addresses the . . .
The third of the 12 Traditions sets the eligibility . . .
“The important thing to know is that you are not alone in this battle.”
The fourth tradition covers the topic of autonomy . . .
The fifth tradition enables members of AA . . .
About The Sixth Tradition
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Why Choose Us
We have a strong values that committed on helping you.
Skills and Experience
Trained staff and personnel ready to assist you.
Even a young person is welcome to our center.
Proven and attractive treatment that suits you.
The fifth tradition enables members of AA and Al-Anon to carry its message about breaking the bonds of addiction. It…
The fourth tradition covers the topic of autonomy within AA. This tradition allows AA the ability to set the agenda…
The third of the 12 Traditions sets the eligibility requirements of joining AA or Al-Anon. The one thing that makes…
The second of the 12 Traditions addresses the leadership aspect of AA. The group must come to the understanding that…