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A Woman's Way through the Twelve Steps Set
By nationally recognized expert Stephanie Covington, A Woman's Way through the Twelve Steps is a proven effective, gender-responsive approach to helping women find serenity through the Twelve Steps.
Collection set: 1 Softcover Book, 264 pages, 1 Workbook, 104 pages
Hazelden 12 Step Pamphlet Collection
This popular Hazelden collection includes a pamphlet on each of the Twelve Steps.
The Complete 12 Step Collection
Drop the Rock-Bundle
Purchase the Drop the Rock bundle and get two of the best-selling, most read recovery resources at a discount!
Two Softcover books, 5 3/8 x 8 3/8, 248 pp.
A Woman's Addiction Workbook
Your guide to in-depth healing
This supportive, strength-based workbook helps women explore underlying factors of their addiction, identify addictive life patterns, and embark on the journey of recovery.
Workbook, 195 pp.
Staying Sober Workbook
Staying Sober covers fundamental strategies and a number of useful techniques for preventing relapse.
Workbook, 272 pages
The Little Red Book Collection
Collection includes The Little Red Book, which has helped recovering alcoholics understand the purpose of the Twelve Steps and the wisdom they contain, as well as The Little Red Book Study Guide.
Decision Making Facilitators Guide
Hazelden Youth Life Skills Program
The Decision Making Facilitator's Guide helps teachers and counselors guide students through the Decision Making Workbook and offers supplemental activities for class time and at home.
Facilitators Guide, Softcover, 48 pages
A New Day A New Life Journal and DVD
A Guided Journal
A steadfast companion for those facing the challenges and joys of early recovery. DVD features best-selling author William Cope Moyers and a diverse group of people in recovery.
Softcover Journal, 432 pp., and DVD, 25 min., cc.
Candor and Courage in the White House
First Lady Betty Ford will long be remembered for her active support of the Equal Rights Amendment, her struggles with breast cancer and substance abuse, and her later involvement with the addiction treatment center that bears her name. But perhaps more than these, Betty Ford will stand as a paragon of candor and courage, an outspoken woman whose public positions did not always conform with those…
Hardcover, 176 pp.