Columbus, Georgia AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Columbus, 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 Columbus, Georgia

With a population of around 200,000 Columbus is the third-largest city and the fourth-largest metropolitan area in the state of Georgia. Several residents in the consolidated city-county, located on the state’s west-central border, have an alcohol dependency. If you are one of these residents, you can get help by attending AA meetings Columbus GA. Alcohol use disorder is a medical condition that is characterized by an impaired ability to stop or control alcohol consumption despite its long list of adverse effects. Lasting defection in the brain caused by excessive alcohol consumption makes people with AUD vulnerable to relapse. AUD ranges from mild to severe. However, no matter how severe AUD may become, there are multiple evidence-based treatments that can reverse the debilitating disease such as behavioral therapies, mutual-support groups, and/or medications. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is the leading group support therapy for alcohol addiction in the world. The main component of AA is AA meetings. The hour-long counseling sessions provide a base of strong peer support for people with AUD. If you are a Columbus resident who is dependent on alcohol, you can also get support by participating in AA meetings Columbus GA. The locations to these meetings are listed on grouped with other AA meetings Georgia from other areas in the state.

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