Mountain View, Hawaii AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Mountain View, 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 Mountain View, Hawaii

Mountain View is a small Hawaii County town on the Big Island of Hawaii; the city is 20 miles from the Big Island’s eastern coastline. Those with alcohol addiction living, working, or visiting the Big Island may be interested in finding AA meetings in Mountain View on our online meeting registry. If you are new to the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) addiction recovery program, you may want to know about the basics of AA. The 12-Step recovery program is available for anyone who desires to quit drinking or using alcohol or other substances. Participants of AA meetings Hawaii—such as those in Mountain View—help each other stay abstinent from alcohol by employing AA’s sponsorship (mentorship) program and sharing their experience, strength, and hope with other members—particularly with newcomers. Most AA meetings involve a discussion format, whereas each participant talks about how the 12-Steps work in their day-to-day lives. AA members talk about what their life was like before joining the program, what happened to change things, and what their life is like today. The spiritual approach of working the 12-Steps often leads to profound changes in a person’s life, many of which there is no tangible explanation. “It works when you work it” is one of many AA slogans, referring to the positive results many AA members realize when they get a sponsor and work the Steps.

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