Franklin, Idaho AA Meetings

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Franklin is a city in Franklin County, Idaho with a small population of a few hundred. Several residents of the city are battling alcohol use disorder. Alcohol use disorder, or AUD, is a medical condition where people consume alcohol excessively even though they are struggling with its adverse results. It is a potentially deadly condition that is usually accompanied by a physical and mental dependence, and a high tolerance for drinking alcohol which results in a need to drink more. There are several treatment options that can potentially reverse AUD. Twelve Steps Programs, like Alcoholics Anonymous, are considered to be the most effective. The group support treatment has a tremendous history of success in helping many people from all over the globe overcome alcohol addiction since its inception in the 1930s. Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, is also renowned for its counseling sessions called AA meetings, where people with a dependence on alcohol meet in one location for at least one hour. At AA meetings, participants and senior AA members usually openly share the details of their addiction journeys and discuss topics relating to the disease with each other. If you or a loved one are struggling with alcohol addiction, will help you to find help through AA meetings. Our directory groups AA meetings in Idaho so residents of Franklin can find information on AA meetings in Franklin.

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