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Prescott, Arizona AA meetings
Prescott, a city in Yavapai County, Arizona, is home to some people with alcohol use disorder (AUD). AUD is a medical condition caused by excess alcohol intake and is characterized by severe withdrawal symptoms like depression, nausea, restlessness, and anxiety. Diagnosed patients must seek medical attention immediately to avoid complications that could arise. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) was formed in 1935 with the sole aim of helping its members achieve and remain sober. This is achieved through peer support meetings, the 12 Step program, and Alcoholics Anonymous, the official text for AA meetings. The 12-step approach is at the heart of the Alcoholics Anonymous community. This recovery program forms a framework for self-evaluation, encouraging members to take responsibility for their actions and seek to make up for their past mistakes. AA meetings in Prescott also have shared experience sessions where members relate their stories of what they used to be like, the recovery process, and how they are now. You can attend the meetings Arizona AA hosts alone or combined with treatment methods like rehab or therapy. You can call our specialists if you need help locating treatment centers nearby. You can also browse through the online directory for more details on the AA meetings Prescott hosts.