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THE FOLLOWING ARE FREE SOFTWARE AND/OR WORKSHEETS FOR WORKING ALL 12 STEPS:

12STEP.ORG SOFTWARE  - Free Downloadable 12 Step worksheets and/or software.  You can download and print, or download, do your work and then print.  Edit is available.  Really nice software.  Check it out.

12STEP.ORG WORKSHEETS -  Free Printable Worksheet Resources here are AMAZING!  Check these out!

12STEP.ORG/12STEPQUESTIONS   -   All 12 Steps and worksheets in Word Format.  Really Good.  Or, http://www.12step.org/worksheets/12step_questions.pdf   -   All 12 Steps and Worksheets in PDF printable format.

12STEPWORKBOOK.ORG -  Online 12 step workbook including all 12 steps.  Or,  http://www.12stepworkbook.org/html/DownloadbookOne.html  -  Go to this page to download PDF files. 

12STEP.ORG WORKBOOKS  -  GREAT 12 STEP WORKBOOKS FOR FREE HERE!

RECOVERYWRKGAA.ORG  -   Working the 12 step tutorials.

PROACTIVE-COACH.COM - 12 step workbooks café…check them out!  

HOMESTEAD.COM - Free 12 Step Workbook.  

 

Want to See More About The Steps?  Click Step Below:

Step 1 • Step 2 • Step 3 • Step 4 • How To Hear A 5th • Steps 6 & 7 • About Defects • Steps 8 & 9 • Step 10 • 10th Step Inventory • Character Defects • Step 11 • Step 12 • 12 Step Worksheets • The Procrastinator

This website is not intended to replace a sponsor, but rather to aide you and your sponsor in recovery.  This is just a way to start working the steps, and share in someone else's experience, strength and hope. 

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This Website was last updated on:  March 22, 2008

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