Recovery Literature and Links

Recovery Literature

AA Grapevine (2006). Emotional sobriety: the next frontier.  New York: AA Grapevine

AA Grapevine (2017). Making amends: finding a new freedom.  New York: AA Grapevine

AA Grapevine (2013). No matter what: dealing with the adversity in sobriety.  New York: AA Grapevine

AA Grapevine (2003). Spiritual awakenings: journeys of the spirit.  New York: AA Grapevine

AA Grapevine (2011). Step by step: real AA’s, real recovery.  New York: AA Grapevine

AA World Services (1939). Alcoholics Anonymous. New York: AA World Services

Al-anon Family Group (1990). One day at a time in al-anon. New York:  Al-anon Family Group

Berger, A. (2008). 12 stupid things that mess up recovery: avoiding relapse through self-awareness and

right action. New York: Hazelden.

Berger, A. (2013). 12 hidden rewards of making amends: finding forgiveness and self-respect by working steps 8-10. New York: Hazelden.

Gorski, T. (1992). Understanding the twelve steps: an interpretation and guide for recovering people. New York: Simon & Schuster

Hazelden (1975). Twenty-four hours a day. New York: Hazelden

Hazelden (1987). The little red book.  New York: Hazelden

Recovery Links

AA Tri-County Intergroup. Meeting Schedule & Events.

Al-anon/Alateen Service Office, Raleigh. Meeting Schedule & Events.

Capital Area Narcotics Anonymous. Meeting Schedule & Events.

Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation. Thought of the day.

National Alliance on Mental Health. (2009). Depression in older persons.

National Institute of Health. (2015). Relapse prevention and the five rules of recovery

National Institute of Health. (2006). Rates and predictors of relapse after natural and treated remission and alcohol use disorders.

Psychology Today (2021). The Big Five Personality Test

Report Nursing Home Abuse

The Enneagram Institute (2021). Riso-Hudson Enneagram Type Indicator (RHETI)