Acton, California AA Meetings

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Find AA meetings in Acton, California

Situated in the Sierra Pelona and the San Gabriel Mountains near the Antelope Valley, Acton is a small unincorporated census-designated place. Acton, a residential community located in Los Angeles County, California, has seen a rise in cases of alcohol addiction. With the recent surge in alcohol use, many of the residents of this community now struggle daily to overcome alcohol addiction. Alcoholics Anonymous is a leading provider of mutual emotional support as a way of helping the local community to overcome alcohol addiction problems. With much emphasis on emotional support, these meetings are part of the moves of AA California in ensuring that this upsurge is put in check. AA California offers a wide option of meetings which help members determine the best way to tackle alcohol addiction. AA meetings in Acton are primarily open or closed. Open meetings are meant to help members of the community familiarize with the general procedures and the way meetings are organized at Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. Closed AA meetings in Acton focus on providing basic help to individuals with alcohol addiction. Other options found at this AA California meeting include discussion meetings where individuals talk about their experiences with alcohol addiction together and support one another to recovery. Men’s only meetings and Women’s only meetings are available too to address needs of these gender types.

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