Bridgeport, California AA Meetings

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Find AA meetings in Bridgeport, California

A census-designated place in the county seat of Mono County, California, Bridgeport has set up Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting points for its residents who are dependent on alcohol. If you are one of them or know someone who is, you can locate these AA meetings in Bridgeport as well as other AA California meetings on Alcohol addiction or alcoholism has become a major concern in the United States and the rest of the world. Overconsumption of alcohol has significant side effects that oftentimes are debilitating and can ultimately lead to serious diseases and even death. Its broad range of side effects includes physical harm or illness such as coordination loss and liver disease, strained relationships, financial and social issues. Not every person who drinks regularly is an alcoholic, but those who do and their lives are negatively affected by it are considered to have an alcohol use disorder (AUD). Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is one of the most effective forms of treatment for AUD. AA is a self-help or group therapy program that facilitates meetings for people with AUD. At these meetings, attendees can meet and discuss topics related to alcohol addiction as well as share their personal addiction stories with other people who have or had a drinking problem.

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