Where is the nearest alcoholics anonymous?

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Where is the nearest alcoholics anonymous?

This website does not contain a meeting search engine. Contact one of the A, A. resources below for a list of meetings in and around that location. The application helps people find A, A.

Service entities provide meeting data for the application. The Meeting Guide is available for iOS and Android smartphones. Service entities have full control of their local meeting information while collecting it in one place, making it easy for anyone to find a meeting. Local authorities provide their meeting information on a voluntary basis.

Meeting Guide users can suggest additions or corrections to meeting lists using the links provided in the application to contact the local service entity responsible for the information. To learn how to connect your local A, A. website, visit our Meeting Guide which offers an online support site where users can easily find answers to frequently asked questions. Google Play and the Google Play logo are trademarks of Google LLC.

It has a simple program that works. It's based on one alcoholic helping another. He has been helping alcoholics recover for more than 80 years. A, A.

If your alcohol consumption is out of control, members of A, A. work together to help the alcoholic who is still suffering. Helping each other is key to staying sober. There are many opportunities to participate in a variety of ways.

The best place to start participating is through an A, A. Participation in a group helps ensure that when a person asks for help, A, A. If someone you care about has a drinking problem, A, A. might have a solution for them.

It has helped more than two million alcoholics stop drinking. Recovery works through an alcoholic who shares his or her experience with another. It adheres to its main purpose, the greater its useful influence everywhere. With gratitude I reflect on the early days of our Community and on those wise and loving ancestors who proclaimed that we should not deviate from our main purpose, that of carrying the message to the alcoholic who is still suffering.

I wish to give respect to those who work in the field of alcoholism, always keeping in mind that A, A. does not support any cause other than his own. He doesn't have a monopoly on doing miracles and I remain humbly grateful to a loving God who made A, A. Anyone with a desire to stop drinking is welcome, regardless of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, income or profession.

You can sit and listen and learn more about recovery, or you can share your situation. You can help people affected by alcoholism by making a donation to the Cleveland District Office.

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