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Find AA meetings in Akron, Iowa
Akron is a small city in Plymouth County, Iowa; the town is in western Iowa where the Nebraska border meets the Missouri River. Those living or visiting the local area, who are in addiction recovery, may be interested in finding AA meetings in Akron. Our online directory of AA meetings in Iowa can help newcomers and seasoned AA members find a local meeting that best suits their needs. If you are new to Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), you may be wondering what AA can (and cannot) do for a person in addiction recovery. AA helps members and newcomers by allowing for discussions about shared experiences in getting and staying sober. Members of AA share their experience, strength, and hope with other recovering members and newcomers. AA sponsorship (mentorship) provides a 1:1 experience with a sponsor helping another member employ the 12-Steps. What is it that AA doesn’t do? AA does not push people into joining the program, solicit new members, or accept money as payment for services. AA does not follow up or keep tabs on its members or provide any report for members court-ordered to attend AA meetings. The program does not offer food, housing, or any other type of social service.