Ashton, Illinois AA Meetings

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Like so many other communities in the United States, Ashton, a village in Lee County, Illinois, has people living there that are struggling with alcohol addiction. The community, originally called Ogle Station, has in place Alcoholics Anonymous programs to help these residents. At Alcoholics Anonymous or AA meetings members and attendees can learn new ways to cope with alcohol addiction. AA is basically a fellowship where people who are suffering from a dependency on alcohol support each other as well as learn from senior members who themselves successfully overcame alcohol addiction. Listening to others, especially those who have been through the recovery journey, helps people to realize they are not alone in their struggles and can help them to erase false assumptions about themselves. Members are also encouraged to find a sponsor — a senior member who has overcome alcohol addiction and has been sober for a long time. These AA veterans are a model to emulate providing advice, and moral support. If you live in Ashton and is seeking help for your drinking problem, you can find AA meetings in Ashton easily on The directory groups AA meetings from many states in the United States including AA meetings Illinois.

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