That is quite a list!
The 12-step groups are not scientific in any way. Their practices are based on anecdotes and what efficacy they have is, in my opinion, coincidental. If you are able to make connections through the group than would be beneficial but that is heavily dependent on your personality and who regularly attends your group meetings. I have tried to make it work several times but have not been able to get much out of it. I have a really hard time finding people I can be comfortable with, so the whole experience ends up being more stressful than it's worth. I also have some ideological conflicts with the organisations and moral objections to how they represent themselves and how they became so well regarded in the area of addiction recovery.I have looked into 12 step groups for some time, done deep dives on YouTube and found there is more harm than good going to these groups in person. However, I've realised that the transcendent origins of it don't have to be framed in Christian ways. I know people like Maslow believed in transcendent experiences. There may even be a lot of science to it. All I know is that: Addiction and transcendence feeling far apart is wrong. I'm searching for my true nature. Addiction is an attempt to seek outside for what's right here, right now. So I used ChatGPT and the website called 12 wisdom steps to create my own versions of the 12 steps to work on, on my own. This includes the ones from Russel Brand's book. I am using the eastern wisdom ones too. I need a structure to follow, something I can tangibly work on and measure myself along and this is gonna be it for now. I don't wanna go to those groups but I don't wanna miss out on the positive aspects of 12 strep content either. It's helped some people before, but I don't trust the in person groups as I said.
I've been meditating consistently too. I have a lot of trauma stuff come up during that and I've been integrating it in succesfully. It's making a difference already. I'm following the system in the book the mind illuminated.