Lihue, Hawaii AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Lihue, Hawaii to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Hawaii 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 Lihue, Hawaii

Lihue is a community that is considered the county seat of Kauai County; it is the second-largest Hawaiian region on the island of Kauai. Those coping with alcohol addiction, on or near the island of Kauai, may be interested in finding AA meetings in Lihue. If you are new to the program of AA, you may have many questions, such as whether the meetings are formal, how to sign up, or whether you need be religious to join. When you initially arrive in the rooms of AA meetings Hawaii, you will find that most of the meetings are informal. You can take a seat and listen while other AA members will tell their recovery stories. You will be invited to talk but speaking at meetings is not required. Joining a specific AA group does not require any type of formal registration process; you can simply express your desire to join. There are no fees required to join the program. Most AA groups will pass a collection plate at the end of the meeting. Donations are not required, but most members contribute a small amount at each meeting they attend. While many AA meetings are facilitated at a church, the program has no religious affiliation. The 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous are considered spiritual, but it’s up to each member to define what “spiritual” means to them.

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