Carthage, Illinois AA Meetings

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The city of Carthage was the site of the murder of the founder of the Latter Day Saint movement, Joseph Smith. The city, located in Hancock County, Illinois, also has a history of alcohol addiction. To help its residents who are struggling with alcohol addiction, the city has set up Alcoholics Anonymous locations. AA meetings in Carthage will provide them with an opportunity to meet and exchange addiction experiences with people who are facing similar alcohol issues. Carthage residents can find these meetings on The directory contains the latest updates on AA meetings Illinois as well as other state meetings across America. Alcoholics Anonymous or AA is one of the most popular group support therapies that is used to treat alcohol addiction. AA provides a platform for people from all backgrounds to meet, share their alcohol addiction stories, as well as discuss issues surrounding alcohol addiction. The insights and information gained can go a far way in helping members attain long-term sobriety. Participants are referred to on a first name only basis in order to protect their privacy. AA meetings are free to attend. The only requirement for entry is a desire to overcome alcohol addiction and regain control of one’s life.

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