Allison, Iowa AA Meetings

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Find AA meetings in Allison, Iowa

Allison, Iowa, is a city in the county seat of Butler County; the town was named for United States Senator William B. Allison. For those in addiction recovery looking for AA meetings in Allison, our online database of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings may help. Some people have been court-ordered to attend AA meetings in Iowa. Mandated reporting of AA attendance is often required after a person gets DUI (driving while under the influence) or a domestic violence charge. The court may order AA meetings instead of jail time. There are several ways to handle providing proof of AA attendance. Each AA group does it differently; there isn’t a predetermined procedure among the groups. Each group decides how it will provide evidence of AA attendance to its group members when needed. It’s not always a clear-cut situation, primarily because of the groups’ commitment to anonymity (privacy) for every AA participant. When an AA member gives consent, some groups assign a designated member (such as the secretary or other group officer) to acknowledge attendance by signing a slip that the courts provide. In some circumstances, AA attendees provide self-reporting. Self-reporting takes the burden of a possible break in anonymity away from the AA group and its members.

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