2018 Prevention, Intervention, Treatment, Recovery Catalog - 62
Narcotics Anonymous Conference-Approved Literature
Stories and Twelve Step principles
uniquely pertinent to anyone coping with
codependency and searching for freedom
and peace. OP
| $13.95 Softcover
This fundamental text was written by addicts,
for addicts, and about addicts. It sets forth the
NA principles used by hundreds of thousands
of addicts in recovery. OP
The 12 Steps & Dual Disorders
By Tim Hamilton and Pat Samples
This multiformat program offers a gentle,
spiritual, and supportive approach to recovery
for those with dual disorders.
| $12.95 Softcover, 112 pp.
1553 | $6.95 Workbook, 48 pp.
| $14.95 Hardcover, 289 pp. (pictured)
4843 | $13.95 Softcover, 289 pp.
4172 | $14.95 4 audio CDs
4740 | $13.95 Spanish translation
Welcomes members new to recovery and rekindles
the passion of longer-term NA members. OP
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The Dual Disorders Recovery Book
A Twelve Step Program for Those of
Us with Addiction and an Emotional or
Personal stories and expert advice offer strength, hope,
and experience to those suffering from a co-occurring
addiction and mental health disorder.
$15.95 Softcover, 264 pp.
| $12.95 Hardcover
4138 | $11.45 Softcover
The Narcotics Anonymous
Step Working Guides
Questions and narratives prompt thorough
discussions of the Twelve Steps. OP
Al-Anon Family Groups Conference-Approved Literature
| $10.45 Softcover, 124 pp.
It Works: How and Why
The Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions
of Narcotics Anonymous
Courage to Change
One Day at a Time in Al-Anon
Daily meditations feature a Step, Tradition, slogan, or
other tool to help family members who have lived with
an alcoholic or addict. OP
| $16.50 Hardcover, 384 pp.
3126 | $16.00 Spanish translation, 380 pp.
Features 24 chapters focusing on the Steps and
Traditions used by NA. OP
| $12.95 Hardcover, 224 pp. (pictured)
7493 | $10.45 Softcover, 224 pp.
Native American Resources
The Way of Our People
How Al-Anon Works
For Families & Friends of Alcoholics
This introduction to the Al-Anon fellowship reveals how
families of alcoholics can face the challenges of dealing
with a chemically dependent loved one or friend. OP
| $16.50 Hardcover, 404 pp.
Weekly Inspiration for American Indians
in Recovery from Alcoholism
By Donald Richard Wright
Written by an Ojibwe Elder and alcohol and drug
counselor, these inspirational meditations, prayers, and
stories speak directly to American Indians about their
everyday experiences of recovery from alcoholism. Ojibwe
and Twelve Step spiritual principles and practices, together
with stories from the rooms of AA meetings, portray an
authentic experience of the challenges and rewards of
living sober for Native people.
| $15.95 Softcover, 200 pp.