Heal The Spirit
Watch the story of a man whose spirit was healed as he overcame his addiction to drugs and alcohol.Watch Video
Heal The Mind
Watch the story of a man who relied on his faith to help him defeat his pornography addiction and heal his mind.Watch Video
Heal the Body
Watch the story of a woman who was finally able to conquer her drug addiction and allow her body to heal.Watch Video
What to Expect at a 12 Step Recovery Meeting
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What is the Addiction Recovery Program?
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Recovery is Possible
Some people consider addictions to only be bad habits that can be conquered by willpower alone, but many people become so dependent on a behavior or a substance that they no longer see how to abstain from it. However, through Jesus Christ and His Atonement, you can recover and enjoy all the blessings of the gospel.
Join in studying and applying the principles of the gospel of Jesus Christ. If you follow this path with a sincere heart, you will find the power you need to recover from addiction. The Savior will strengthen you and you will come to “know the truth, and the truth shall make you free” (John 8:32).
Support in Recovery
Receiving love and support from others is also essential in helping you overcome destructive habits (see Support in Recovery: sources of support for participants and family members).
Addiction harms an individual's Spirit, mind, and body. True recovery focuses on healing all of the different aspects of ourselves that make us who we are. It is only through the Atonement of Jesus Christ and His gospel that we can be fully healed and freed from the bonds of addiction. Watch all three videos on healing the spirit, mind and body.
Seeking help can be very difficult. As you access this site and attend meetings, your participation is completely confidential and will not be shared with anyone. When you are ready, you can choose on your own to include others in your path to recovery.
"I testify to you that your body, mind, and spirit can be transformed, cleansed, and made whole, and you will be freed."
-Elder M. Russell Ballard, October 2010 general conference
The 12 Steps
The 12 steps of the Addiction Recovery Program are based on gospel principles to help individuals overcome addiction through the Atonement. The steps contain explanations of principles, practical suggestions for applying those principles, and “understanding” questions relating to each step.