Pontiac, Illinois AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Pontiac, Illinois to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Illinois includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

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Find AA meetings in Pontiac, Illinois

Pontiac is a city in Livingston County, Illinois, It is the county seat of Livingston County. Alcohol use disorder has a considerable impact on many people in Illinois and across the country. When it comes to recovering from alcohol addiction, attending AA meetings in Pontiac may be the answer to one piece of the puzzle. AA meetings Illinois, such as the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) community, can help with many aspects of recovery from alcohol addiction.
Many people in Illinois and across the country suffer from alcohol addiction. Participating in an AA meeting in Pontiac might be one piece of the puzzle when it comes to recovering from alcohol addiction. Attending AA meetings Illinois can help you recover from alcohol addiction.

Those with preconceived notions that Alcoholics Anonymous is a religious program may hesitate to join the program. Even though the 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) are considered spiritual guidelines, people do not need to be religious or believe in God to join AA. Alcoholics Anonymous is not associated with any religion. Some people in the program refer to their Higher Power (HP) as God, but spirituality does not necessarily include a deity. AA encourages its members to identify their own HP. AA members have identified many different examples of their personal HP, such as God, the Universe, nature, or even a person’s AA group. The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous describes how working the 12 Steps can help restore one to sanity, even for those who do not believe in God. As challenging as it is to define spiritual terms, one way an HP can be described is as that of a Power able to help a recovering individual find purpose and faith in something greater than one’s self. In addiction recovery, this often leads to a sense of peace and acceptance.

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