Phoenix, Arizona AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Phoenix, 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 Phoenix, Arizona

Asides from being Arizona’s capital city, Phoenix is also the most populated city in Arizona and the fourth most populated in the United States. The statistics on alcohol addictions are terrifying, as tens of millions of people struggle with alcohol addictions, excluding other forms of substance abuse and disorders. Many Phoenix residents struggle with these addictions too, and it never ends well for the majority of them: depression, broken relationships with loved ones, deteriorating health, stress, and many other ugly incidents. Overcoming addictions require more than just deciding to stop them, although this is the crucial first step. The Arizona AA community is an extension of Alcoholics Anonymous’ global outreach against addictions within the state. It is necessary to have a support system of encouraging and supportive people on the journey to sobriety. AA meetings Phoenix city hosts are open, welcoming, and non-discriminatory, offering care, addiction recovery programs, and treatments to people facing alcohol and substance addiction challenges. The principles of AA’s 12-step approach, along with counseling and therapy, help participants achieve sobriety and build up to total recovery. Treatment involves alcohol detoxification, medical care, and observation from health experts, as well as counseling. For more information on AA meetings Phoenix city anchors, please contact our specialists.

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