The January issue focuses on step one, honesty. As A Guide to Addiction Recovery and Healing explains:
Living in recovery requires absolute honesty. However, denial, self-deception, and isolation are hallmarks of addictive behavior. "By being humble and honest and calling upon God and others for help, you can overcome your addictions through the Atonement of Jesus Christ" (vi).The February issue features step two, hope. An anonymous contributor explains:
I learned I had to . . . seek God's help for me. As I felt His help and comfort, my hope increased. This is where I need to be. This is where I want to be—turning to God with faith.The Arbor lists both face-to-face and telephone recovery groups (which can be completely anonymous) available to anyone at no charge. All are welcome. You can recover through the faith in Jesus Christ.