Crown Point, Indiana AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Crown Point, 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 Crown Point, Indiana

Crown Point is a city in Lake County, Indiana; the town is also the county seat of Lake County. If you live in or near Lake County and struggle with alcohol use disorder, you may be interested in our online database of AA meetings in Crown Point.
Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is often a mystery to people who are new to the program. Many ask, “Is this a religious organization?”. Others are unsure about what the word “spiritual” means. A spiritual experience is one in which the individual’s spirit is involved. This can take the form of an awesome feeling one gets when in nature. Another example can be connecting with others, which is often the case in the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous. Spiritual principles are inherent to AA’s 12 Steps. However, this doesn’t indicate that you should be religious, nor does it necessarily imply you must have a belief in God or any other deity. Many atheists and agnostics are AA members regularly participate in AA meetings in Indiana (such as those in Crown Point). Recovery stories in Alcoholics Anonymous’ Big Book (the AA program’s primary text) mention many people in recovery who experienced a “spiritual awakening.” AA’s co-founder Bill W. described his spiritual experience, which involved a bright light. But for many people in recovery, a spiritual experience is a simple shift in perception. Seeing things differently often leads to significant changes in recovery, such as suddenly questioning past motives, decisions, and actions.

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