Antioch, Illinois AA Meetings

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There are many people in the United States and around the world that are struggling with alcohol addiction. Alcohol addiction is a disease where people abuse alcohol over an extended period of time despite suffering from its negative consequences. Antioch an unincorporated community in eastern Hillsborough County, Florida, has established Alcoholics Anonymous programs for people from its community who are dealing with the destructive disease. Alcoholics Anonymous or AA is a worldwide organization designed to help people who are dependent on alcohol support each other throughout their recovery journey. Its meetings are open to people of all races, genders, ages, and social and economic status who are struggling to quit drinking. Close loved ones of these individuals are also welcomed to attend to provide extra support to newer members. People who attend the group support sessions have to have a desire to stop abusing alcohol and be willing to work towards attaining sobriety. AA is considered a mutual-aid fellowship therefore it is run by senior members who have successfully overcome alcoholism and remained sober for many years and are now committed to helping new members who are currently in recovery. If you live in Shrewsbury and are struggling with an addiction to alcohol, you can find AA meetings Antioch IL on The directory groups AA meetings from several states including AA meetings Illinois.

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