Fort Bragg, California AA Meetings

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Find AA meetings in Fort Bragg, California

Fort Bragg is one of the largest military installations in the world. Like every other state in California there are residents here that suffer from alcohol abuse disorder. Some signs of alcohol use disorder include drinking alone or keeping it secret, behaviors like drinking for the purpose of getting drunk, and drinking to escape real life problems. Alcohol abuse and dependency is known to cause problems at school, work, home or legally. People that suffer from alcohol use disorder tend to lose interest in activities they used to enjoy, and usually get annoyed when loved ones inform them of their drinking problem. The detrimental effect of AUD can be substantially reduced by joining AA California. AA meetings in Fort Bragg offer the people in the town different means of overcoming alcohol use dependency. Alcoholics Anonymous is a self-help organization for people who have the desire to stop drinking. These meetings emphasize abstinence from alcohol as well as personal and spiritual growth. People who have more severe alcohol problems and concern about their drinking can learn to use external support from their group so they may cope with problems as well as find internal ways to do the same. Individuals that are more involved with the AA program tend to do best, recover the fastest and are less likely to relapse.

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