Palmyra, Indiana AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Palmyra, 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 Palmyra, Indiana

Palmyra is a town in Morgan Township, Harrison County, Indiana. Joining the Alcoholics Anonymous community is a proven solution to overcoming alcohol use disorder. The Alcoholics Anonymous community is an international community that has been in operation since 1935. It was established with the sole plan to help members stay sober. The Alcoholics Anonymous community achieves this by establishing a favorable atmosphere through AA meetings to encourage and motivate people dealing with alcohol use disorder. It also creates the avenue for participants to help one another through the process and encourage one another during relapses by sharing their addiction stories. The AA meetings in Palmyra operate on three major types of meetings: speaker meetings, big book meetings, and twelve-step meetings. At the speaker meetings, members are encouraged to share their addiction and recovery stories as inspiration for others. At the big book meetings, members read passages from the AA big book in turns and share their understandings. Finally, at the twelve-step meetings, participants are divided into small sub-groups. They are assigned to work on twelve steps as listed on the program. The Alcoholics Anonymous community is easy to join. It takes nothing to join other than your readiness to break free from alcohol use disorder and the approaches are tested and trusted. To join the AA meetings in Indiana closest to you, check our local directory and start your recovery process.

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