Anonymity and advocacy

Advocacy with Anonymity

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Advocacy with Anonymity is a publication of Faces & Voices of Recovery, The Johnson Institute, Join Together and the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence.

It answers the question, "How can I stand up for my rights without violating the anonymity tradition of my twelve-step group?"

This is an excellent booklet for ACOA’s, Al-anon’s, AA’s, NA’s, GA’s and any other 12 Step fellowship member.

Go to Advocacy with Anonymity to view file.

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