Brooksville, Florida AA Meetings

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Previously Pierceville, Brooksville was renamed in 1856 to honor pro-slavery congressman from South Carolina Preston Brooks. The city in and the county seat of Hernando County, Florida, has put in place Alcoholics Anonymous programs in place to help members of its community who are struggling with an addiction to alcohol. Alcoholics Anonymous or AA, which is guided by its Twelve Steps principle, provides peer support to people who have a dependency on alcohol that can help them attain long-term sobriety. It is very difficult to achieve sobriety on your own. Several studies have found that those who receive support from mutual support programs are more likely to become sober than others who attempt to resolve their drinking problems on their own. Millions of people have successfully achieved long-term sobriety because of AA. A study published in the Cochrane Library showed that AA and 12-step groups contribute to greater rates of long-term sobriety relative to other recovery methods such as cognitive-behavioral therapy. If you live in Brooksville, you can find AA meetings in Brooksville on The directory also lists AA meetings Florida from other areas in the state. The directory is frequently updated therefore it contains the most up-to-date information on each AA meeting location.

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