Benton, California AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Benton, 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 Benton, California

A top provider of mutual peer group support to individuals with alcohol addiction and communities where cases of alcohol abuse is on the rise, Alcoholics Anonymous is revered in many states across the nation. They now offer AA meetings in Benton and environs with the aim of promoting healthy living in members of the community. These AA California meetings are held across multiple locations in Benton, a census-designated place which lies in Mono County of the American State of California. This community is located east-northeast of Benton Hot Springs. By providing mutual emotional and psychological support to individuals who need it especially those with alcohol use disorders, AA meetings in Benton are the best place to achieve sobriety through nonmedical routes. Open AA meetings help their members to learn from the experiences of others. They also get collective support to address alcohol addiction. Most importantly, open AA meetings in Benton permit individuals who are willing to support their loved ones through the recovery from alcoholism or alcohol addiction to join their meetings. Closed meetings are different and have a higher sense of privacy. They also allow for personalized interactions with an experienced mentor. At Closed meetings, you can get to discuss your problems directly and get real time solutions. By being a member of Alcoholics Anonymous, you can obtain full benefits out of AA California meetings.

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