Find AA meetings in College Park, Georgia to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Georgia 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 College Park, Georgia
College Park is home to the fourth-largest urban historical district registered with the National Register of Historic Places in the state of Georgia. Alcohol addiction generally referred to as alcohol use disorder, is one of the top leading avoidable causes of death in America. It is also the most severe type of alcoholism. Most people with alcohol use disorder, or AUD, have serious difficulties functioning without drinking alcohol. This level of dependence leads to overconsumption, which can lead to a variety of consequences that adversely affect an individual’s general wellness, lifestyle, career, and relationships. If alcohol consumption is taking a toll on your life, getting help early will significantly increase your chances of getting your life back on course. There are several treatment options to choose from that can help you to kick your alcohol reliance to the curb. Anonymous, or AA, is the most widely used form of group treatment for alcohol addiction. Self-help groups like AA consist of members and participants sharing a common condition and a common goal – alcohol addiction. College Park, a city in Fulton and Clayton counties, Georgia has set up AA meeting locations that offer assistance to its residents who are suffering from alcohol addiction. Alcoholicsanonymous.com can help you discover the closest AA meetings in College Park to where you live. The directory site also lists all other AA meetings Georgia.