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Hopes AA-NA Therapy Center

Union City, California - USA (Alameda County)

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Both AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) and NA (Narcotics Anonymous) are support programs that use a 12-step method to help people remain alcohol- or drug-free. Hopes AA-NA Therapy Center in Union City, California, has incorporated the 12-step concept used by these organizations into its alcohol and drug abuse treatment programs.

Those seeking alcohol and drug abuse treatment in Union City, CA, can enter this facility knowing that the ideals and tenets put forth by AA and NA will be part of their treatment protocol. For some who may already be familiar with these, the idea that they will be working with something that they already have knowledge of may be very comforting, and give them the incentive to succeed in their efforts to overcome alcohol or drug abuse.

Hopes AA-NA Therapy Center takes advantage of this familiarity to implement a treatment plan that will allow the patient to make use of his prior knowledge of the 12 steps. This makes this clinic unique in its approach to alcohol and drug abuse treatment.

Others may appreciate the order and consistency that can be found in a 12-step alcohol and drug abuse treatment program. Each step is very self-explanatory, which makes it easy to understand and follow. The patient knows that this step must be fulfilled and its completion approved by staff members at Hopes AA-NA Therapy Center before he can move on to the next step.

For many patients, it is this type of concentration that is needed to help them with their drug or alcohol abuse problem. Focusing on which step is being addressed at a given time, as well as what needs to be done. For more information on 12-step alcohol and drug abuse treatment at Hopes AA-NA Therapy Center, you can visit the website or call 1-888-565-6401.

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