Groveland, California AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Groveland, 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 Groveland, California

AA meetings in Groveland are held frequently to help people who are struggling to control their drinking. These AA meetings in California include individuals who are trying to deal with Alcohol use disorder and are trying to get sober. IT might be time to attend an AA meeting if a person exhibits some of the symptoms of a person dealing with AUD. The purpose of AA California meetings is to support individuals who have decided to take that first step to get sober and might need that extra nudge and support when times get hard. The main idea behind AA meetings is that they believe that alcohol use disorder is a serious issue and it may not be stopped but it can be managed. These meetings provide the platform for members to openly talk and deal with their struggles involving alcohol. The members are a group of individuals who try to stay sober through mutual support and sponsorships. There are different types of meetings to choose from. The general two are open meetings and closed. Open meetings are when they allow for non-members (non-alcoholics) to attend the meeting. This helps families of alcoholics to show up and give support. The other type is closed; this type of meeting doesn’t allow for non-alcoholics to attend. The benefit of this type of meeting is members will be able to share their struggles freely because they are around people who are dealing with similar issues.

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