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Find AA meetings in Danville, Indiana
Danville is a small town situated in Center Township; the city is the county seat of Hendricks County, Indiana. If you live near Center Township and have been diagnosed with alcohol use disorder or have relapsed after addiction treatment, you may be interested in finding AA meetings in Danville.
One concept that confuses many newcomers is the principle of anonymity. What is anonymity, and how does it apply to recovery? The spiritual importance of anonymity in AA meetings in Indiana (and across the country) cannot be overstated. You may need some time to grasp the notion of anonymity in the program fully. Still, in essence, it simply means that other AA group members will keep your identity and anything you say at an AA meeting confidential. The 12 Step program of AA emphasizes anonymity so strongly that the name of group members and participants is never mentioned to others outside of the group, particularly in public forums like the press or radio. AA members do not hide their identities from each other; the AA founders made it clear that it is an essential part of recovery for members of the AA group to fully disclose the presence of an alcohol misuse problem to each other. Being transparent within the group means being accessible to other group members (especially newcomers) who may need help.