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Alliance for Addiction Solutions History 

The Alliance for Addiction Solutions AAS was established September 29, 2007, in Sacramento, California, at the conclusion of the first Beyond Talk Therapy: New Frontiers in Addiction Treatment Symposium.

 

A group of 21 speakers and participants joyfully discovered they had a common need to join others who understood the biochemical basis of addiction and used similar drug-free techniques to create lasting recovery.

The Symposium was sponsored by the Community Addiction Recovery Association (CARA), a Sacramento non-profit dedicated to the use of acupuncture, nutrition, movement therapies, and other drug-free techniques to support the addicted brain.

 

For some members, the Alliance for Addiction Solutions offers their first opportunity to network in harmony with colleagues throughout the United States and Canada to accomplish their mutual goals.

 

AAS members are also dedicated to educating the public about the growing field of holistic therapies for healing those whose lives have been shattered by addiction

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Disclaimer: The Alliance for Addiction Solutions (AAS) does not provide medical advice. Our programs and website are intended for informational and educational purposes only. Our information has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration or by any other medical body. The information posted on our website, or given in a presentation, is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment of any medical problem or condition. We do not intend to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any illness or disease. Information about food, nutritional supplements, and other modalities that is beneficial for the majority of people may be harmful to some people. It is the individual’s responsibility to make personal health care decisions with the advice of a qualified health care provider. The Alliance for Addiction Solutions is not responsible for any errors or omissions in any information posted on the AAS website or given in presentations concerning health care for any condition. The Alliance for Addiction Solutions gives no assurance or warranty regarding the applicability of this information to any individual, or the consequences of any individual’s choice to use this information.