Tue, 17 April 2012
We are all familiar with Alcoholics Anonymous, AA, and what it does. However, what if AA doesn't work for you?
We are all different and one-size-fits-all might be fine for a cap but not for fighting alcoholism. Women for Sobriety was created as an alternative to AA for women.
Renee Franklin, a member of the Board of Directors of Women for Sobriety and a 12-year example of sobriety from its program, talks with Substance Abuse 411 about the organization and how it incorporates the psychological nature of women into its New Life Program.
Direct download: Substance_Abuse_411-30-Renee_Franklin-Women_for_Sobriety.mp3
Category:Substance Abuse 411 -- posted at: 7:54am EDT