12 Step Weekly Workshops

Through a precise personal application of all Twelve Steps in the textbook Alcoholics Anonymous, attendees will experience the process for radical change in the way they think, feel and behave. Participants will identify their sources of serial suffering and chronic unhappiness. These workshops reveal resources and tools for healing and a life that flourishes. Each person has the opportunity to learn and practice skills which establish and foster a sense of well-being and joy. This 12 Step process promises enlightenment for all who embrace and incorporate this Way of Life.

Pray each day: “Setting Aside” prior knowledge and experience.
Complete the reading assignment each week.
Listen each week to the pre-recorded workshop commentary for each Step.
Write each week for personal reflection, knowledge and deeper experience.
Attend each week to ask questions, discuss assignments and share experiences.
Have an unmarked Big Book, a binder for support material, paper and a pen.

Attendance is free, but registration is required. Access will be provided once you register. For more information: https://herbk.com/bigbook/

Publication of the 3rd Edition, E-Book Version of “SCA: A Program of Recovery”

Fiduciary has created and published an e-book version of the new revised and expanded version of ” A Program of Recovery”.  It is available  on all three (3) platforms (Apple iBooks, Amazon Kindle, and Google Play),  for sale at $7.99.

Please feel free to send any questions or comments to fiduciary@sca-recovery.org.

Apple iBooks: https://books.apple.com/us/book/sca-a-program-of-recovery-3rd-edition-revised-and-expanded/id1580401199?ls=1  (or search for “SCA” using the app)

Amazon Kindle:


Google Play:







Needs Your Commentary on any of The Characteristics

The Recovery Book Subcommittee of SCA’s International Service Organization is inviting interested SCA members to submit their personal commentaries for consideration for use in an upcoming Recovery Book or other SCA publication.  Please target for around 500 words and suggest a title.

(Commentaries should not contain references to personally identify the author and may be edited.  SCA-ISO would own the rights to publish these stories in any of its publications.)

Please submit to sca.iso.recoverybook@gmail.com by the deadline of December 31, 2019.

You may also submit questions about the process of development and publication of the SCA Recovery Book, or requests for support and suggestions of how to begin writing your personal story of recovery to sca.iso.recoverybook@gmail.com.