Harrison is a city in Boone County, Arkansas that was named after its surveyor, General Marcus LaRue Harrison. A portion of its population is alcohol dependent. There are several treatment methods that are used to eliminate alcohol dependency such as medications, detox, behavioral therapies, and mutual-help groups such as Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA. Its meetings, known as AA meetings, are one-hour long counseling sessions that provide a platform for people with alcohol dependency to meet, interact, and support each other. Harrison has AA meetings in Harrison to offer assistance to residents in its community who need help with alcohol addiction. These alcohol addiction or “talk therapy” sessions primary function is to discover the root causes of an individual’s alcohol dependency so that they can know their triggers and learn how to combat them. AA meetings’ reinforcing and mindfulness-based strategies educate its participants about strategies and techniques to overcome alcohol addiction and prevent regression. The knowledge and insights gained from AA meetings can go a far way in achieving long-lasting sobriety. Harrison residents who have a desire to overcome alcohol addiction can start the journey to recovery by enrolling in AA meetings in Harrison. A quick search on alcoholicsanonymous.com will reveal information for these meetings, as well as other Arkansas AA meetings.
Harrison, Arkansas AA Meetings
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