Amador County, CA
Amador County, also known as “The Heart of the Mother Lode,” is in the Sierra Nevadas of California. Several new cases of AUD are reported daily in America. This has resulted in Alcoholics Anonymous establishing peer-to-peer groups across Amador County where affected locals can access the recovery support and care AA is known for. In these meetings, members discuss everything about alcohol addiction, from triggers to relapse, treatment methods, experiences, and challenges. Thanks to these meetings, affected locals have access to the unwavering support of a community that’s dedicated to keeping each other sober. The 12-step program is at the heart of the AA meetings Amador County hosts. The 12-step program equips members with practical recovery techniques, encourages them to take responsibility for their actions, and make amends for their past mistakes. Although Steps 1, 2, and 3 are the foundation for the 12-steps, there is no rigid way of following them. Members are advised to revisit any of the twelve steps any time they feel the need. The AA meetings Amador County organizes also have different formats structured to ensure that every member’s recovery progress is accounted for. Feel free to browse the directory published on this site for information on the meetings AA California hosts.