1234 Chester Ave #101
Bakersfield, CA 93301
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Find AA meetings in Kern County, California
Alcoholics Anonymous now has meetings in Kern County, California, that locals diagnosed with alcohol addiction can attend to receive AA’s support through recovery programs. Thanks to these meetings, locals of Kern County now have a better chance of beating AUD. Since its inception in 1935, AA has helped thousands of people manage AUD and even go on to live addiction-free lives. The AA meetings Kern County hosts employ the 12-step method in dealing with AUD. This program provides a framework for recovery by encouraging members to acknowledge they need help, submit to a higher source for this help, take responsibility for their actions, and share the gospel of AA to persons around them who might need it. As its name implies, the program consists of 12 Steps, but participants may not follow them chronologically. This is because AUD recovery is a flexible process that changes depending on the individual. Although Steps 1,2 and 3 are the basis, members may find that they’ll have to revisit the other steps from time to time depending on their recovery experience at the time. Start your recovery journey today by joining any of the meetings AA California hosts. You can find them using the directory published on this site.