Helping Others Through Alcoholism Treatment Once you have begun the process of alcoholism treatment, it’s time to pass the message. One of the most important aspects of recovery is the element of ‘giving it away.’ Many recovered alcoholics will tell you the joy and benefit of helping other alcoholics deal with their own alcoholism. True success and recovery depends on sharing experience, strength, and hope with others. Even if you have only recently started the recovery process, you can still help someone with even less recovery time make it through their first steps. Getting Involved in an Alcoholism Treatment Program Giving back can be as easy as getting involved in your alcoholism treatment program.  Whether it be continuing to be a good example of what alcoholism treatment can do by behaving better and not using alcohol to solve your problems, or attending 12 step meetings and introducing yourself to newcomers and offering them your number, you can help another suffering alcoholic. Another way to help is through sponsoring another alcoholic and taking them through the 12 steps of recovery as you were taught. Continuing to Live Sober If you’ve ever been in a recovery program or rehabilitation center that has helped you to stop drinking and take an honest look at your life through the 12 steps, you know the joys of living sober. Never having to pick up a drink again is a great relief and freedom after years of being controlled by drinking. However, the idea of losing it can be scary. Luckily, generations of alcoholics around the world have learned that continuing to support other alcoholics will help keep them on the right track in their recovery process. Sobriety is the gift that you can continue to give and receive.