The 12 Steps 6-12

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       The following are Step 6 to Step 12.  At OASI, these steps are worked with a sponsor or their counselor once a person finishes the residential program. This does not mean that the following steps are of less importance than the first five, in fact, it is highly recommended that recovering addicts continue working… Read more »

The 12 Steps 1-5

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The 12-step recovery program was originally created in the 1930s and its main focus was alcoholism. Since then, the program has been adapted to several types of addictions, including drugs and gambling. AA’s 12-Step approach follows a set of guidelines designed as “steps” towards recovery. Many have found that these steps were not merely a… Read more »

Common Fears in Recovery

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Being afraid it a natural instinct, we all experience fear. Most active addicts will contemplate recovery as this is something new to them, and with new things, comes along new challenges, new obstacles, new fears and what ifs’. Fear is a sign that you are ready to meet the unknown and face a new life… Read more »

OASI Foundation lecture for professionals on long term-recovery

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OASI Foundation lecture for professionals on long-term recovery OASI Foundation organised a lecture at its premises by Jonathan Fog on’ Self Groups- A long term recovery tool’ which was open to all professionals in the field. Jonathan Fong is the Chief Operating Officer and Finance Officer for an outpatient clinic in California which specialises in… Read more »