Find AA meetings in Valley Springs, 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 Valley Springs, California
Valley Springs is the county seat of Ventura County, in the state of California. AA meetings in Valley Springs are organized in order to help individuals who are losing control over their drinking. AA stands for Alcoholics Anonymous and it is a support community that organizes meetings for individuals who are trying to achieve sobriety. The primary objective is to help its members achieve long-lasting sobriety and stay in recovery through mutual support. It is widely known that alcohol addiction is a medical condition that is characterized by excessive drinking. Also, a series of negative consequences could follow when an individual is unable to control excessive drinking. These include serious risks to an individual’s health. Heart problems, brain damage, strokes, and kidney failure might be some of the physical side effects caused by excessive drinking. Other side effects include mental problems like depression, insomnia, and anxiety. Thankfully, AA California meetings are being held throughout the state of California in order to help people deal with this dangerous addiction. Of course, there are different types of AA California meetings. There are open meetings in which closest friends and family members can join you as a support system. On the other hand, there are closed meetings where only individuals trying to stay in recovery can join.
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