Walsh, Colorado AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Walsh, Colorado to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Colorado 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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A survey conducted recently showed that people who started drinking at the age of 15 were more than five times as likely to have alcohol use disorder than those who waited until the legal drinking age of 21. People with ADD tend to have difficulties controlling their intake of alcohol. They would drink more than they initially intended. They would think about cutting back but it never seems to work. They would drink even when they felt anxious or depressed about it. You might be one of these people. If you have noticed any of these signs, it might be time to consider alcoholics anonymous. AA might not be the end all be all of AUD treatment, but it might be a first step. It is definitely a good extra layer of support in addition to behavioral therapy and/or medication. The city of Walsh in eastern Baca County in the southeastern corner of Colorado hosts these AA meetings. If you want to visit AA Colorado meetings, then check out the open meetings since non members can attend free of cost. You will definitely find a list of regularly held AA meetings in Walsh at the website alcoholicsanonymous.com and check out all the services AA can provide you.

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