12 Steps in 4 Hours


It takes only a few hours to learn how to work a 12 Step Program and a lifetime to practice it.

Last Sunday of the Month
Carrot Common Bldg. 2nd Floor
348 Danforth Avenue (1 block west of Chester Subway Station)
Last Sunday of the Month — 2pm to 6 pm
Toronto, ON
*Note: No Workshop in December.

The message of this group is to lay out the kit of spiritual tools for your inspection. To outline the program of action, explaining how we made a self-appraisal, how we straightened out our past and why we are now endeavoring to be helpful. It is important for you to realize that our attempt to pass this on to you plays a vital part in our recovery. Actually, you may be helping us more than we are helping you. You are under no obligation to us, we hope only that you will try to help other addicts when you escape your own difficulties.

This meeting is for newcomers, beginners, recovered members, and for those coming back who want Big Book Sponsorship as a means to permanent recovery from addiction to cocaine and all other mind-altering substances.

Seating is limited. Please email us to confirm your attendance.

Remember, studying the steps is not the same as taking the Steps. The Big Book says, “Here are the steps we took” NOT “here are the steps we read and talked about.” The AA pioneers proved that action, not knowledge, produced the spiritual awakening that resulted in recovery from alcoholism or addiction.

If you have decided you want what we have and are willing to go to any length to recover — then you are ready to take certain steps. To connect with someone who has recovered, someone who can show you ‘how it works’, that is ‘how to recover from a seemingly hopeless state of mind and body’, contact us and we will help you get on your way to being recovered.

Recovery rehab from cocaine and all other mind altering substances, including drug addiction, narcotics abuse, alcoholism, crack cocaine addiction, crystal meth addiction, addicted to methadone, suboxone, heroin addiction, fentanyl overdoses, addiction to Oxycodone, marijuana use, hashish, amphetamines, and benzodiazepines.