Evansville, Indiana AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Evansville, 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 Evansville, Indiana

Evansville is a city in and the county seat of Vanderburgh County, Indiana, making the town the state’s third-most populous city (after Indianapolis and Fort Wayne). If you live in Vanderburgh County and are in search of an addiction recovery program in your local area, our online directory of AA meetings in Evansville may be helpful. Many people wonder what to expect at their first Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) addiction recovery meeting. People typically don’t feel comfortable speaking to strangers about their addiction struggles. As you will soon discover at your first AA meeting, AA members will go out of their way to welcome beginners; in fact, the newcomer is the most important person in the rooms of Alcoholics Anonymous. If you are not comfortable speaking, then you will not be pressured to do so. Often, newcomers begin to relate to the experienced members of the AA group as they listen to them share their recovery stories. AA group members share their hopes, experiences, and struggles with the other group members and participants. Beginners often develop a new perspective on recovery as they work the 12 Steps and listen to the stories of how other AA group members got sober. Often, changes in attitude and outlook (sometimes referred to as spiritual awakenings) happen slowly over time, but these changes can occur suddenly. Attending several AA meetings in Indiana will determine if you are a good fit for the program. Many sponsors recommend attending 90 meetings in 90 days for newcomers to understand AA.

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