The Alcoholics Anonymous National Association is accredited by the United States Commission on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. The organization has an official address of 2112 Elm Street, New York, NY. The AA has three main goals that are to help alcoholics and addicts overcome the problems of drug addiction, to help the family and friends of addicts and to provide a sober life for the alcoholics and addicts. The AA NA Number 1 Home of the Promised Land is located in New York City.
The main purpose of the AA NA is to provide twenty-and-five-day treatment for alcohol and drug addicts. The treatment is known to be one of the best in the world. The AA provides both inpatient and outpatient facilities. The residential alcohol and drug addiction treatment center provides inpatient treatment and medical detox at the same time. The inpatient treatment includes one on one counseling with a certified therapist, medical monitoring and medication management.
The main focus of the AA is to teach the members about the nature of alcoholism and drug addiction. People who are members of the AA are taught to believe that they can control their lives. They are also taught how to overcome the difficulties that they face in overcoming drug addiction. The drug rehab center provides treatment such as medical detox and counseling. The outpatient services include inpatient treatment, outpatient treatment, medication management, life coaching, and family therapy.