For this reason maybe it would be worth getting a sponsor in NA/Pills Anonymous (or other) and work through the Steps and see if it helps overcome the denial on this. They may offer other good suggestions AA doesn't give. Doesn't mean you have to stop going to AA or convert.I don't crave or think of alcohol anymore but have Ben relapsing in and out of the rooms with opiates and speed (to stay awake).
AA's "singleness of purpose" has nothing to do with intolerance, and everything to do with self-preservation. Too many AA's get upset if it is suggested to investigate another fellowship for addictions other than alcohol. This may do a disservice to many because they won't get the help they need. AA is not a cure all. I had issues with another addiction and found that I needed another Fellowships help to overcome my denial around it. If you want to know more PM me.
So our Traditions (like the 5th) and literature is not meant to be "intolerant" of or, "exclude" anyone but to help a person find efficient recovery.
http://www.aa.org/newsletters/en_US/f-1 ... nter02.pdf
http://www.aa.org/assets/en_US/P-35_Pro ... lcohol.pdf