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Kelowna groups seeks sobriety without religion.

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A Kelowna group wants to help people deal with their addictions the secular way, without any higher power. 

The Kelowna Secular Sobriety Group doesn't question the fact that it can be a long fight against addictions.

But, the group says organizations such as Alcoholics Anonymous can be very spiritually oriented and Van Hill, who speaks for the Kelowna group says that isn't for everyone.

So the group has assembled another way to help fight addictions such as alcohol.

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