Santa Ysabel, California AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Santa Ysabel, 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 Santa Ysabel, California

The unincorporated community of Santa Ysabelin in southern California has put in place Alcoholics Anonymous locations to provide support to its residents who struggling with a dependency on alcohol. Guided by its Twelve Steps program Alcoholics Anonymous or AA offers peer support that will help people who are addicted to alcohol to overcome alcohol addiction. Sobriety is very difficult to accomplish alone. Several studies have revealed that people who receive help from mutual support groups are more likely to achieve sobriety than those who try to overcome alcohol addiction alone. Millions of people have attained long-term sobriety by way of AA. A study published in the Cochrane Library found that AA and 12-step groups have higher rates of achieving long-term sobriety compared to other treatment methods. AA is effective because it offers support from people who have fought and defeated this disease inspires members to believe that they can do it as well. AA meetings are led by people who were once addicted to alcohol but have overcome it and have been sober for many years. Those from the community who are negatively affected by alcohol addiction can easily locate AA meetings in Santa Ysabel on The directory also groups AA California meetings from other communities and cities from the state.

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