Additional Resources.

These worksheets and pamphlets are copyrighted by Plano SAA. Any individual seeking recovery or ISO registered SAA group may print them off for their own use. If you feel that you can improve on these, please let us know and we can work with you to get such improvements out to the whole fellowship.

The content of this website has not been approved by and may not reflect the opinions or policies of the ISO of SAA, Inc.

Pamphlets

Step Pamphlets
Step Two pamphlet
Come to Believe pamphlet
Step Three pamphlet
Step Eleven pamphlet
Other Documents
To the Newcomer
A Problem Statement
On Abstinence
Encourage Temporary Sponsorship
Sponsorship
We urge you to buy the ISO Literature Committee approved Sponsorship pamphlet from the ISO or read it online
Yes, many groups have written their own. An example of one that can be printed and handed to every new person.

Plano Step Study Worksheets

The worksheets that duplicate ideas in the Green Book Step Study are omitted. The worksheets can be accessed by clicking on the links below.

Step 1
1C. 1C - Shame
1E. 1E - Lies
1F. 1F - Sex Plan
1G. 1G - Honesty
1H. 1H - Family
1I. 1I - Failure of other methods
Step 2
2A 2A - Believe
2B 2B - Past experiences with Religion
2C 2C - Non Religious Spirituality
2D 2D - Insanity
2E 2E - Asking for Help
2F 2F - Getting a Sponsor
2G 2G - The addiction cycle
2H 2H - Living the prior step
2J 2J - Relationships with Power
2K 2K - Competing Beliefs
Step 3
3A Decide
3B to Turn
3C our Will
3D Over to the Care
3E of God
3F Sponsor
3G Motivation Changes
3H Changing how we handle Insanity
3I Handling Self Esteem in 12 Step

In Step Four in SAA, there are two major traditions of how to work the step. In our experience, those who started their addiction in their teens or later benefit from working Step Four using the traditional AA style. Those who have childhood abuse issues often benefit from working Step Four using the other set of worksheets.

Step 4
4. Traditional "AA Style" Step 4 Worksheet
4A. 4A - First impressions of what this step means
4B. 4B - What does it mean to do a "moral" inventory?
4C. 4C - How to do an inventory?
4D. 4D - Or of our "selves"?
4E. 4E - Inproper reaction to loss and disconnected from self?
4F. 4F - Our reactions to loneliness and abandonment
4G. 4G - Our reaction to neglect
4H. 4H - How shame has cause problems in our lives
4I. 4I - Misuse of anger and its consequences
4J. 4J - Improper reactions to hurt
4K. 4K - Misdirecting hungers
4L. 4L - How fear has kept us from doing the right things
4M. 4M - The impact of all this on our spiritual life
Step 5
5A. 5A - Admitting
5B. 5B - the exact nature
5C. 5C - Resentment List
5D. 5D - Admitting to My Self
5E. 5E - Admitting to the losses
5F. 5F - Our reactions to loneliness and abandonment
5G. 5G - Our reaction to neglect
5H. 5H - How shame has cause problems in our lives
5I. 5I - Misuse of anger and its consequences
5J. 5J - Improper reactions to hurt
5K. 5K - Misdirected hungers
5L. 5L - How fear has kept us from doing the right things
5M. 5M - when to do a 5th step
5N. 5N - acceptance
Step 6
6A. 6A - Looking at bad habits vs. Character Defects
6B. 6B - What defects do we have?
6C. 6C - Rage
6D. 6D - Greed
6E. 6E - Self Righteousness
6F. 6F - Selfishness Disorder
6G. 6G - Sloth
6H. 6H - Instinctual Reactions
6I. 6I - Expectations
6J. 6J - Buttons that people push
6K. 6K - Attributes in Balance
6L. 6L - Our willingness to move forward in the steps
6M. 6M - How we reacted to issues in our childhood
6O. 6O - Power - having it or not having it and wanting it
Step 7
7A. 7A - Humbly
7B. 7B - Asking
7C. 7C - Remove our Shortcomings
7D. 7D - Pride
7E. 7E - Greed
7F. 7F - Self Righteousness
7G. 7G - Rage
7H. 7H - Selfishness Disorder
7I. 7I - Sloth
7J. 7J - Gluttony
7K. 7K - Power


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P.O.Box 866332
Plano, TX 75086-6332