Housing the amazing California Living Museum and the Buena Vista Museum of Natural History is populous city of Bakersfield, a city which is located on the Kern River. Bakersfield lies north of Los Angeles and is in Kern County, of which it is also the county seat. Having a large population and a reasonable number of tourists, it is necessary to provide quality solutions to alcohol addiction which is becoming a common place across many American cities. The desired solution to this menace is provided by Alcoholics Anonymous, a leading community of individuals who provide mutual peer group support to each other. Members of AA California and the wider AA community are encouraged to make friendships and support each other so they can collectively achieve sobriety. At AA meetings Bakersfield, the primary focus is on achieving collective support. Attendance to meetings is free of charge. People can join meetings in order to learn more effective ways to support their loved ones in recovery from alcohol addiction. There are also a number of meetings which one can attend. AA meetings Bakersfield includes open meetings which are ideal for members who want to learn from the experiences of others. This can help them to map out better strategies with which to tackle alcohol addiction more effectively. Like other AA California meetings, closed meetings are available and promote intimacy, but not without advanced privacy measures. Closed meetings enable direct interaction with seasoned mentors who offer unique solutions to members only.