Brownstown, Indiana AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Brownstown, Indiana to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Indiana 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 Brownstown, Indiana

Brownstown is a town in Brownstown Township, Jackson County, Indiana; the city is the county seat of Jackson County. If you live or work in Brownstown Township and have alcohol use disorder, you may want to view our online directory of AA meetings in Brownstown. AA meetings in Indiana and other Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) chapters employ a 12 Step addiction recovery program.
The 12 Steps of AA were written by two founding members, Dr. Robert Smith (commonly called Dr. Bob) and Bill Wilson (Bill W.). A vital component of AA recovery is working the Steps. There are many ways for AA members to work the Steps. The history and recovery journey of every AA member are unique. AA sponsors (mentors) assist newcomers in understanding what the Steps mean and how to use them in their daily lives. Your sponsor should be someone you trust completely. It is common for AA members to describe their sponsor as their closest confidant; some even consider them their best friend. The Steps can be worked in many ways. Sponsors will often suggest that you write out specific Steps and take specific actions to complete the Steps. People who work the 12 Steps as outlined in The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous are said to undergo many changes. Changing these habits will allow a recovering alcoholic to remain sober long-term.

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