We are a force of healing and hope for individuals, families and communities affected by addiction to alcohol and other drugs.
Part of the Hazelden Betty Ford Foundation, the nation's largest nonprofit treatment provider, Hazelden Publishing is the leading publisher of addiction recovery and self-help resources. We offer a variety of accessible and life changing materials--from daily meditations to evidence-based programs.
It all started in 1954 when Hazelden bought the rights to a little black book written by Richmond Walker. The collection of daily meditations and prayers launched Hazelden's publishing operations, selling nearly 5,000 copies its first year. Since then, Twenty-Four Hours a Day has sold over eight million copies in 30 countries.
Supporting communities with recovery resources: Hazelden's BookAid Program
We are all connected in recovery. Hazelden established its BookAid Program to provide recovery resources to individuals and agencies in need. BookAid is run entirely by volunteers and depends upon donations from businesses, Hazelden alumni and staff, and our customers. Learn more about how you can support our program or apply for assistance.