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NACoA and Faces & Voices of Recovery Issue Joint Position Paper on the Need for Recovery Support to Include Impacted Families and Children.

 

The 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous have been adapted for Al-Anon and Alateen, and many other “12 Step programs” because of their simplicity, their “power,” and the intimate nature with which they offer a person guidance to people looking for hope and help. Jerry Moe & Don Polman have provided a version for kids in Kids Power: Healing Games for Children of Alcoholics. These steps can be helpful to kids at anytime, but especially in struggles when addressing life''s major problems, issues, and challenges.

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Herb Gravitz, PhD
(1942-2015)
Remembering Herb



An important message for Recovery Month: Families do not have to let loved ones hit "rock bottom." Read Saving Lives, Saving Families: A Look at Family Intervention by Jeff Jay and Debra Jay.

To all federal employees -- Please support NACoA's VOICE FOR CHILDREN -- Designate Children of Alcoholics (NACoA) -- #12020 when you fill out your CFC pledge.

webinarView the 2014 webinar series as well as the full 2013 Series

 

NACoA Leaders in ACOA Recovery Tell Their Stories

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Introducing…
Jack Fahey
Mona Johnson
Robert Zucker, Ph.D
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NACoA Co-hosted Recovery Month Luncheon with EIC
View the Luncheon program broadcast.

ACE Study
The Health and Social Impact of Growing Up With Alcohol Abuse and Related Adverse Childhood Experiences: The Human and Economic Costs of the Status Quo. Robert Anda, MD, MS, is a member of NACoA's Board of Scientific Advisors.

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