Antioch, California AA Meetings

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Find AA meetings in Antioch, California

Antioch was previously known as East Antioch and is a city in the East Bay region of the San Francisco Bay Area. It is the second largest city in the Contra Costa County of California. Antioch has an enormous population and is one of the cities where managing alcohol use is becoming increasingly difficult. Alcoholics Anonymous is a major provider of peer group support to individuals and has organized meetings through AA California in communities all over the State. By organizing AA meetings in Antioch, they seek to make a holistic approach towards treating alcohol addiction available to residents of this community and people from neighbouring communities. AA California supervises these meetings and ensures that they are up to standards. AA meetings in Antioch include Open meetings, Closed meetings, Candlelight meetings, Virtual meetings, Gender-specific meetings among others. Open meetings help individuals to learn about the nature of AA meetings. It is ideal for individuals who want to learn more about alcohol addiction. Family members can join open meetings. Closed meetings allow for a personalized experience while promoting maximum privacy. Candlelight meetings are done in the evening and provide a break from the routine of regular meetings. Virtual meetings help individuals who cannot be physically present to participate in meetings. Gender-specific meetings are Men’s only and Women’s only meetings and help to address their unique needs.

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