Glendale, Arizona AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Glendale, Arizona to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Arizona includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

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Find AA meetings in Glendale, Arizona

Alcoholics Anonymous was established in 1935 when two patients of AUD discovered that peer support and encouragement (being able to talk freely about the condition with someone in a similar situation) facilitated recovery. Since then, Alcoholics Anonymous, applying this principle and others discovered over time, has helped several individuals worldwide beat alcohol addiction. Members of the AA meetings Glendale organizes apply these same principles. Using the 12-step model, members of Arizona AA meetings are taught to be more accountable and responsible for their actions. They are also encouraged to make up for their past mistakes where possible. Another recovery tool used by the AA community is the Big Book. The Big Book—also known as Alcoholics Anonymous—is the official text used by the AA society. This book contains the recovery process of the earliest AA members, recording the principles they applied, principles which are still very relevant today. Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are open to you regardless of your religion, political views, race, or social standing. The only condition for joining is a strong desire to quit alcohol. Hence, if you or a family member happens to have an issue with drinking, you can find an AA meeting to attend using the AA directory published on this site.

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