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What is the Difference Between 12 Step Rehab and Non-12 Step Rehab?

Many people are curious when learning that Passages is a non-12 Step addiction rehab center. They ask us, “What does that mean?” Here we have created an infographic to lay it all out for you to better understand the difference between 12 Step and non-12 Step addiction treatment philosophies and rehabilitation methods. Non-12 Step addiction treatment is a holistic and empowering practice of therapy done by professionally trained and certified on-site addiction specialists. They work with you to treat and heal the underlying conditions causing substance abuse related issues so you can be free of addiction and live your best life after a complete transformation at Passages Malibu, or one of our many other non-12 Step addiction treatment centers located in beautiful Southern California.

Non-12 Step Addiction Treatment

What is the difference between 12 Step rehab and non-12 Step rehab?

How to Contact Passages Addiction Treatment Centers:

Call Passages Addiction Treatment Centers today if you or a loved one is battling an addiction to drugs and alcohol. Our admissions department is available 24/7 and can be reached directly by calling our toll-free number at (888) 397-0112. We look forward to speaking with you soon.

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  • Reply Kenny Knoll March 29, 2019 at 10:10 am

    About seven years since I completed the Passages program, and the recommended after care program. Life is great, totally free of my former addiction. The professionals at Passages are beyond words. The comforts, food, and pristine environment all helped in making my experience a positive one. All one needs is a desire, some courage, and an open mind, and a willingness to enjoy al that life can offer. Thank Passages, keep up the great work! Kenny Knoll

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