Albia, Iowa AA Meetings

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Find AA meetings in Albia, Iowa

Albia is a city in southern Iowa: it is the county seat of Monroe County. If you live or work near the area, you may be interested in our online database of AA meetings in Albia. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is an addiction recovery program that welcomes anyone with a desire to stop drinking alcohol; this includes those referred from court programs, employers, and addiction treatment facilities. Regardless of whether you are planning to attend AA meetings voluntarily or plan to begin the program because of a court order (which is often ordered in place of jail time), AA meetings in Iowa—such as those in Albia and across the state—welcomes all new members. An employer refers some newcomers. However, AA reports that voluntary membership provides the foundation and strength of the program. Often, a person who comes to AA due to outside pressure—such as from a boss, a spouse, or the courts—ends up staying in AA by choice. The AA program does not try to predict who will or will not join AA voluntarily. Its job is to help those with alcohol use disorders. When the court mandates AA meetings, you are free to select the AA group of your choice. Our nationwide database of AA meetings can help you in your search.

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