Elwood, Indiana AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Elwood, 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 Elwood, Indiana

Elwood is a city in Madison and Tipton counties in Indiana; the Madison County section is part of the Anderson, Indiana Metropolitan Statistical Area. If you are searching for AA meetings in Elwood, you may want to explore our online database of AA meetings in Indiana. Newcomers to AA meetings in Indiana may have questions. Perhaps you are unsure whether the steps will be beneficial to you. Despite the countless online resources explaining all about Alcoholics Anonymous, you can only find out how addiction recovery works by attending a few meetings yourself. The cost of joining AA is another question that beginners have. AA groups do not charge dues or fees for membership. Ultimately, the only cost involved in joining AA is your time. When an overnight change doesn’t occur, it’s not uncommon for newcomers to stop going to AA early on. AA founders sometimes claim they experienced sudden transformations in perspective when they began the 12 Steps, although that is not true for everyone. According to The Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, chapter 6 contains promises about how a person will benefit from working the 12 Steps.
It may take several meetings and Step work before the AA promises begin to materialize. One of these promises is freedom from addiction and the experience of happiness. The 12 promises are sometimes fulfilled rapidly and sometimes slowly, as described by the Big Book. However, the book says that the promises are always fulfilled when you work the 12 Step program.

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