Baldwin Park, California AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Baldwin Park, California to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in California includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

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Find AA meetings in Baldwin Park, California

AA meetings in Baldwin Park is part of the continuous efforts of Alcoholics Anonymous, an international community of people who provide basic emotional and psychological support to one another. Their efforts are directed at promoting healthy living through sobriety. These meetings are supervised by AA California and held in multiple venues all over the community. Baldwin Park is an important city which is situated within Los Angeles County of California. It can be found in the central San Gabriel region of the Los Angeles County. Alcoholics Anonymous was incepted in 1935 and since then has provided top-rated solutions to members all over America. By organizing these AA meetings in Baldwin Park, they have gone a step forward in bringing quality solutions to those who need it. Open AA meetings in Baldwin Park has its focus on achieving sobriety by learning from the experiences of others. Open meetings are also ideal for people e.g. family members who desire to join in the recovery process of their loved ones. There are closed meetings where members of Alcoholics Anonymous can get unique solutions to their alcohol-related problems. At closed meetings, confidentiality is a top priority. Big Book meetings provide real time solutions and guidelines on how to achieve sobriety to members from Alcoholics Anonymous’ revered publication. At 12 Step meetings, members are taught how to overcome alcohol addiction following directions provided in the book, 12 Steps and 12 Traditions. AA California remains committed to promoting smooth recovery from alcohol addiction.

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