Franklin, Indiana AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Franklin, 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 Franklin, Indiana

Franklin is a city in Johnson County, Indiana, United States. Alcoholic addiction, an issue many people face in our world today, may not be noticeable right away, but can start small and can increase in severity. Even though the stigma around addiction sometimes makes people that need treatment stay quiet, it is surprisingly common and treatable. Alcohol addiction treatment is very effective; the Alcoholics Anonymous organization is proof that this process works. Treatment given for alcohol addiction can vary because the treatments given for one person might not be effective for the next person. These treatments can include medication, behavioral therapy, and support groups. AA meetings in Indiana happen regularly in different cities and neighborhoods. Indiana Alcoholic Anonymous meetings are found in Franklin city as well. AA meetings in Franklin city are open and accepting people who are willing to start leading sober lives. There are closed and open meetings, and the closed meetings are exclusively available to members of AA. The meetings are organized in a way that can support individuals based on their needs. If you want more information on the process of the meetings you can go to the website, a website dedicated to providing the information you may need about AA meetings in your area. If you know a friend or a family member who wants to attend alcohol addiction treatment and needs a support group that will encourage them to follow through on treatments, this is the place for them to begin. You can also contact an Alcoholics Anonymous specialist for more details.

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