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A northern Michigan organization is educating people on why AA doesn’t work for everyone

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September is Celebrate Recovery Month — celebrating those who have found sobriety, after conquering an addiction to alcohol or drugs.

One of the most well-known recovery options is Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA. But the 12-step program doesn’t work for everyone.

CMU Public Radio’s Devon Rademacher has been looking into this issue, and she spoke with Mike Horace on Morning Edition.

Northern Michigan organization educating people on alternative recovery treatment

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September is Celebrate Recovery Month — celebrating those who have found sobriety, after conquering an addiction to alcohol or drugs.

A northern Michigan organization is working to educate people on some lesser known, alternative, recovery options.

Most people associate recovery with Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA. The program has been helping people address alcohol addiction for more than 80-years. Continue reading

Transitional housing for veterans is one of a kind in northern Michigan

DSC_0201-largeStudies show the state of Michigan has roughly twelve hundred homeless veterans. Northern Michigan has one shelter to help transition veterans in that area out of homelessness.

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