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Waikoloa Village, Hawaii AA meetings
Waikoloa Village is a census-designated place on the Kona Coast of Hawaii’s Big Island; the village is in Hawaii County. For those with alcohol addiction who are visiting the Kona Coast, our up-to-date directory of AA meetings in Waikoloa Village may come in handy. Of course, residents of the area who desire to quit drinking alcohol or using other substances are also invited to join AA meetings in Hawaii (such as those in Waikoloa Village). The main goal of the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) program is to carry the message of hope to those who are seeking help with getting or staying sober. Regardless of the addiction recovery road you choose to follow, the destination is the same for all those with substance use disorders, namely, to abstain from alcohol or other types of substance use on a long-term basis. But white-knuckling is not an optimal way to stay sober. That’s where the Fellowship of AA comes in. The sponsorship (mentoring) program involves members who have employed the principles of the 12-Step program using their experience, strength, and hope to help newcomers (as well as members who have relapsed). If you have any questions about our online directory of AA meetings or would like help finding other addiction treatment programs in your area, contact a treatment specialist today.