Arkadelphia, Arkansas AA Meetings

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Arkadelphia is home to two universities (Henderson State University and Ouachita Baptist University). The city in Clark County, Arkansas, is also home to several residents with an alcohol dependency. Arkadelphia has Alcoholics Anonymous meeting places established to help these residents. Any type of alcohol usage that triggers undesirable effects for a person is considered alcohol misuse. Alcohol is a nervous system depressant that, if misused, can cause life-altering repercussions. It can be fairly challenging to know what is too much to drink with alcohol being legal and so widely accepted in society. This acceptance leads to potentially high-functioning alcohol addiction. High-functioning alcohol addiction is a condition where an individual drinks excessively and frequently but remains very functional. People with the condition seldom realize that they have an issue until they are hit with its destructive effects. If you believe that you have this condition, Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, is one of several treatment options for alcohol addiction. People who enroll in AA programs are usually asked to keep an open mind and attend meetings where participants describe their personal experiences, and to read AA literature that describes and interprets the AA program. If you live in Arkadelphia, you can find details on AA meetings in Arkadelphia on Our directory also lists info for Arkansas AA meetings from other areas state-wide.

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