Addiction Monitoring Program (AMP)

Addiction Monitoring Program (AMP)

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Twelve Steps to a life worth living
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On the First Step to a life worth living my Higher Power gave me the gift of desperation and a life of unmanageability
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On the Second Step to a life worth living my Higher Power gave me a belief that there was something much bigger than me and the hope of being set free.
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On the Third Step to a life worth living my Higher Power gave to me, that the Bigger than me could set me free if I could and would agree wholeheartedly
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On the Fourth Step to a life worth living my Higher power gave me courage and a writing pen and spoke about notes and the loss of friends, family, and morality, and this would give me new eyes to see what was my part in a stock-taking bottom line accountability
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On the Fifth Step to a life worth living my Higher power gave to me a chance to speak of my worst and my best and get it off my chest with another caring being who could introduce me to God for the very first time.
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On the Sixth Step to a life worth living my Higher Power gave me the strength to let go of all things that were spiritually blocking me.
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On the Seventh Step to a life worth living my Higher Power gave to me a sense of time that was no longer mine and said to overcome I have to let go and learn about trust, and if I was to grow this was a must.
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On the Eight Step to a life worth living my Higher Power gave me a list of all those who had felt my sting and be willing to patch the scratch, fill the gouge and cross the fiery bridge with humility and an olive branch.
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On the Ninth Step to a life worth living my Higher Power gave to me seven league boots to travel to ends of all creation and a hat to hold when asking for the forgiveness of gold, and to make whole what once was broken, to give back what was stolen, recant the vicious lie whatever the cost, and do no further damage to another’s man’s, heart..
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On the Tenth Step to a life worth living my Higher Power gave me the mirror of accountability, the task was to examine all my actions for it was journey with many distractions and when off course set it right immediately know how big the bite, and God would see to the rest, and it was after all for my very best if done each and every night.
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On the Eleventh Step to a life worth living my Higher Power gave me a personal conversation with God to speak the words of gratitude for the rescue from a hopeless state, and listen for thoughtful instruction for course corrections to my spiritual compass and examine every mistake.
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On the Twelfth Step to a life worth living my Higher Power gave to me, the spirit of the universe now alive and growing in me. With the agreement that if I stay the narrow way, I will find my greatest joy in work or at play, for when I am in the service of my fellow's beings, I am but in the service of my God. When sharing the living gift of recovery we fill the measure of our creation and find joy therein. For love and tolerance is our code and service to our fellow beings we have found to be the lightest load.
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Service which is rendered without joy helps neither the servant nor the served. But all other pleasures and possessions pale into nothingness before service which is rendered in a spirit of joy.
Mahatma Gandhi
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For when we are in the service of our fellow beings are we not in the service of our God, and in that service and in that moment are we not divorced from self-delusion, self-seeking, and self-pity and in the service and in that moment is that not when we make our conscious contact with our creator, who lives from moment to moment, eternity to eternity, life everlasting, the magic words in N.A. is Now in Action and in A.A. it is Action and more Action for Faith without works is dead.
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AMP provides ongoing support for those seeking a life in recovery by implementing motivational practices, which when practiced, will lead the newly sober recoveree into a recovered state.

~A subsidiary of Eudaimonia Recovery Homes

AMP aids in relapse prevention by equipping the participant; aka, recoveree, with the tools necessary to combat alcoholism and addiction. Behaviors, thoughts, attitudes and actions can signal a life not conducive to recovery. Relapse occurs before the actual use of drugs and alcohol. AMP is designed to increase an individuals' success in his / her life by:

1. Implementation of a 3 - phased progra

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