2019 S.A. Lifeline Conference

Top experts from across the nation presented at the 2019 S.A.Lifeline Fall Conference

If you weren’t able to attend this years S.A. Lifeline Conference, we have good news for you – the event was professionally recorded!

With this course, you’ll be able to do the following:

  • Learn from the leading specialists in the field
  • Hear from individuals who have been working recovery for years
  • Discover the science behind addiction, trauma, and the recovery essentials you need to find healing
  • Gain a deeper understanding into addiction, trauma, and what it really takes to find recovery

What you can expect at the 2019 SAL Fall Conference

Dr. Donald Hilton – “This is Addiction”

Dr. Barbara Steffens – “This is Trauma”

Dr. Adam Moore – “This is Recovery”

Two additional breakouts:

– Surrender & Connection: The Power Behind Trauma Recovery

– Why 12-Step?: Understanding the Big Picture through the Recovery Puzzle

Men’s Intro to Recovery

SAL Men’s Intro to Recovery is a 6-week Course Recommended for All Newcomers.

The Course is currently undergoing a software upgrade as well as a major re-vamp of Content. This Course will represent a comprehensive daily curriculum to immerse participants in a new, recovery lifestyle.

It will be necessary for you to have The Working Recovery Bundle for this Course.  These are also the books and materials you will use as you attend your 12-Step meetings and begin working your Steps with a sponsor.  If you have not yet purchased The Working Recovery Bundle, you can buy it here.

It is important to understand that you will attend Intro to Recovery Online meetings in addition to your weekly SAL 12-Step meeting.

The Intro to Recovery Curriculum covers the following 6 topics:

  • Why can’t I just stop?–Understanding Addiction
  • The Recovery Puzzle & Working Recovery
  • Step Zero: Stopping & Staying Stopped through Bottom Lines & Boundaries
  • Circles Models: Understanding Addiction & Trauma
  • Sponsorship
  • Surrender

Once registered, you will have access to the online Course on your sal12step.org Homepage. There you will find the Zoom link for your weekly meeting.

You will have video tutorials to view, daily tasks to complete, and suggested readings to study. Plan to spend about 30 minutes per day in the Course content.  Each week, you will have the opportunity to share what you have learned and ask questions to a temporary sponsor and other group members in a live meeting.

This Men’s Intro to Recovery Course meeting will be held on Zoom on Wednesday evenings, at 9:30 pm MST.  Meetings are 60 minutes in length.

This Course will really help you find the tools and understanding you need to launch into a “new normal,” a recovery lifestyle.

Women’s How to Set Effective Boundaries

Appropriate Boundaries for Safety are one of the four essential puzzle pieces of recovery from betrayal trauma.

Without boundaries for safety in place, it will be almost impossible to heal and progress in recovery.  But, for many of us, the concept of boundaries is completely foreign when we first come to SAL.  This course will walk you through, step-by-step, the process of understanding what boundaries you may need, why you need them, and how to implement them.

The support and guidance of an SAL sponsor will be invaluable here.  We highly encourage you to use her as you go through the process of establishing your boundaries for safety.

Women’s Guided Meditations Step 11 Work

This is an ongoing Course that helps our members work Step 11:

“Sought through prayer and meditation to improve our conscious contact with God, as we understood Him, praying only for knowledge of His will for us and the power to carry that out.”

An ongoing practice of meditation and mindfulness can strengthen our ability to work all of the Steps.  We become more capable of being present in our daily living, more aware of our trauma reactions and triggers, and feel a stronger connection with the Higher Power of our understanding.

Holly Lambert, the creator of these Guided Meditations, has been practicing yoga and meditation for several years and has done over 500 hours of training.  She has also spent hundreds of hours teaching classes at Safe Haven troubled teen facility, addiction recovery inpatient facilities, SALifeline groups, and Utah Domestic Violence Coalition events.  She has a special gift for using the art of meditation to help individuals on their pathway of healing from trauma.

For those willing to try, a regular meditation practice can be a game-changer in recovery.

Women’s 12-Step Curriculum

150 Days of Daily Step Work to Keep You Moving Forward…

Welcome to the SAL Women’s Daily Curriculum

We encourage anyone who feels they might benefit from additional  structure to sign up today and get full access to the Women’s 12-Step Curriculum course.

150 days of bite-sized reading/writing to complete all 12 Steps.

Each day you can expect to spend approximately 5 minutes in the readings, and 15-20 minutes on the writing assignments.

Working recovery and living in recovery is a lifestyle change– a lifelong pursuit–a daily practice. “It works when I work it, and I am worth it.”

The Women’s 12 Step Curriculum utilizes the S-Anon Blue Book, S-Anon Green Book, and the S.A.Lifeline Women’s Discussion Board. If you need to buy the S-Anon materials, you may purchase them here.

You are enrolled in this course.

How to Use the 12-Step Curriculum

Men’s 12-Step Curriculum

240 Days of Daily Step Work in Bite-Sized Pieces – Join us!

In this course you will be given a step by step, structured approach to working the 12 Steps one day at a time.

What we’ve learned is that recovery is a marathon, not a sprint. There is no “cramming for the test” with recovery.

Sign up today to get full access to the Men’s 12-Step Curriculum course.