Ridgecrest, California AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Ridgecrest, 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 Ridgecrest, California

AA meetings in Ridgecrest help members of this community to benefit fully from a peer group support approach used to resolve alcohol addiction. Supervised by AA California, these meetings have different options. People seeking to join Alcoholics Anonymous are encouraged to join any AA meeting they feel at home with. Held in Ridgecrest, a Californian city located in the Indian Wells Valley of northeastern Kern County, these meetings are free of charge. Ridgecrest is part of Kern County and is found on U.S. Route 395.

AA meetings in Ridgecrest consist of the basic open meetings and closed meetings, alongside some other specialized options. Open meetings, like its name suggests, are open in nature, allowing friends and family members to attend. These meetings offer members generalized solutions to alcohol addiction. Members learn more effective ways to achieve sobriety through the experiences of others. Closed meetings on the other hand, involve more stringent privacy measures and are restricted to members only. In the same manner as other AA California closed meetings, you have to join Alcoholics Anonymous in order to benefit from these meetings.

Beginner meetings help new members get accustomed to the nature of AA meetings. These meetings help beginners to have a wholesome experience during recovery from alcohol addiction. Men’s only and women’s only meetings help to address any unique needs they may have. Discussion meetings help members to talk about their experiences with alcohol addiction. Speaker meetings take the form of lectures. Experienced mentors deliver topics to members and answer questions at the end of lectures. This wide variety of meeting options at this AA California meetings help members to find meetings that suit their tastes.

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