Arthur is a village in Douglas and Moultrie Counties, Illinois. Founded in the 1860s, Arthur has the oldest and largest Amish neighborhood in Illinois. Like many other small communities in the United States, Arthur has a history with alcohol abuse. To help its residents who are struggling with a dependency on alcohol, Alcoholics Anonymous meeting points have been set up in the CDP. Alcoholics Anonymous is a global organization that was created in 1935 to help people who are dependent on alcohol to overcome their addiction. Its popularity has inspired new treatment options including drugs and behavioral therapies. But Alcoholics Anonymous or AA still offers the best hope of recovery to many. Multiple research have proven that people with a dependency on alcohol who become members of AA end up doing better than those who do not. Research have also revealed that the more people that attend AA meetings the better they usually do in their recovery journey. Some estimates have it that as many as 10 percent of Americans have attended at least one AA meeting. AA meetings in Arthur is one of many AA meetings Illinois that is listed on AlcoholicsAnonymous.com. The directory is constantly updated therefore it has the latest information for the AA meetings it lists.
Arthur, Illinois AA Meetings
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