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Why 12 Step Meetings Work for Sobriety

12 Step Meeting Makers Make It! Once you have completed your in-patient addiction treatment at English Mountain Recovery your recovery program is not over. Recovery is a life long event but completed one day at a time. Over the years we have seen that our most successful clients commit to and attend 12 step meetings...
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Top 5 Tips for Staying Sober this Holiday Season

1. Attend 12 Step Meetings Most 12 step groups hold additional meetings during the holidays and sober parties. Keep your 12 step meeting schedule handy on your phone and make a plan. Remember – nothing ensures continuous sobriety better than one alcoholic talking to another alcoholic. 2. Remove Expectations During this time of year, we...
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In Recovery We Came to Believe in a Power Greater than Ourselves

Step Two of the Alcoholics Anonymous 12 Step Program is: “Came to believe that a Power greater than ourselves could restore us to sanity.” Excerpt from the A.A. Twelve Steps & Twelve Traditions “When we encountered A.A., the fallacy of our defiance was revealed. At no time had we asked what God’s will was for...
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Social Media Addicts – Can You Quit FB for 99 Days?

Social media networks such as Facebook are extremely addictive. Studies show that most people check, update and interact on social sites constantly throughout the day. In addition, they really have no clear idea of how much actual time they spend doing this. If you’re a social media addict, and your addiction is getting worse, says...
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Alcoholics Anonymous 75 Years – 1 Day at a Time

AA 75 Years – One Day at a Time from Northern Light Productions on Vimeo.
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Grateful Client Testimonial

To learn more about programs offered at English Mountain Recovery, call and speak with someone today at (877) 459-8595. We are ready to help you or your loved one recover.
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Excessive Alcohol Fourth Leading Cause of Death

Contribution of Excessive Alcohol Consumption to Deaths and Years of Potential Life Lost in the United States Mandy Stahre, PhD, MPH; Jim Roeber, MSPH; Dafna Kanny, PhD; Robert D. Brewer, MD, MSPH; Xingyou Zhang, PhD Suggested citation for this article: Stahre M, Roeber J, Kanny D, Brewer RD, Zhang X. Contribution of Excessive Alcohol Consumption...
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Tennessee Alcohol Recovery Center-How to Get Better from Alcoholism

English Mountain Recovery is set on a serene 27-acre campus in the Smokeys, and is a residential center providing life-changing care to people with addictive disorders and support for their families. The Smokey Mountains create the ultimate atmosphere and serene environment for therapy. Clients find our recreational therapy most beneficial in the mountains and on...
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Spirituality & Music at English Mountain Recovery

John McAndrew is a singer/songwriter and piano player from St.Paul, MN who currently lives in Nashville, TN. His music has been heard around the world. Recent appearances include: **Regular attendance at English Mountain Recovery **The 50 the Anniversary of NATO at the Vice Presidents Residence in Washington D.C. **The Elizabeth Taylor Whitman-Walker Fund-raiser. **The Betty...
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Happy Holidays from English Mountain Recovery!

Some of our Client Testimonials   I could not have gone one more day without the help that I have received here. I never looked at the beauty in my life before, but my eyes are wide open to it now. Stephanie P. When I go home I know my self-esteem will benefit by knowing...
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