Coral Springs, Florida AA Meetings

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Coral Springs, like many other cities in the United States, has members of its population suffering from a dependence on alcohol. The city in Broward County, Florida, located approximately 20 miles northwest of Fort Lauderdale, has Alcoholics Anonymous programs set up to assist these residents. Alcoholics Anonymous has proved to be one of the most effective ways of reversing alcohol addiction. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is guided by the ideals of the 12 Steps/Traditions principles. The popular methods encourage members to take responsibility for their addiction and hold themselves accountable for their recovery. The principles help members to make a moral inventory of themselves, admit the error of their ways, and strive toward personal redemption. AA believes that admitting to having a drinking problem is the first step towards recovery. It also urges participants to aspire for spiritual change through prayer and meditation. The final step in maintaining sobriety is to make a decision to avoid drinking for good. If members adhere to these steps that promote self-reflection and personal development, they are likely to be on their way to complete, long-term sobriety. If you are a resident of the principal city of the Miami metropolitan area, you can conveniently find AA Coral Springs meetings on If you live anywhere else in the state, the directory also lists AA meetings Florida.

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