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Waimea, Hawaii AA meetings
Waimea is a census-designated place on the north side of the Big Island of Hawaii; it is in Hawaii County. If you are coping with alcohol addiction and live or work in the area, you may be interested in our online directory with AA meetings in Waimea. Those who are new to Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) may not understand how it works. Many people who have never attended an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting believe AA could be some strange cult-like organization. In reality, Alcoholics Anonymous is considered a worldwide Fellowship aimed at helping people get sober and stay sober. The organization was founded by Bill Wilson (an alcoholic in Akron, Ohio) and Dr. Bob Smith in 1935. The early Founders discovered that sharing recovery stories with others helped newcomers maintain abstinence from alcohol. Today, anyone with a desire to stop drinking alcohol or using other substances is welcome to join AA. Groups and meetings are open to a person of any gender, religion (including atheists and agnostics), or race. You can find AA meetings in cities across the U.S. and around the world. Feel free to search our frequently updated database to find AA meetings Hawaii—such as those in Waimea— or anywhere in the U.S.