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Find AA meetings in Alton, Iowa
Alton is a Sioux County city in Iowa located along the Floyd River. Those in addiction recovery who live in the area may be interested in our online directory of AA meetings in Alton. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) offers several types of AA meetings, including open and closed meetings, speaker meetings, Big Book study meetings, and more. Open discussion meetings are those that anyone can join. Often friends and family members who want to learn about addiction observe open meetings. Closed meetings are for anyone with a desire to quit drinking alcohol. Big Book study meetings involve reading about and discussing one of the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous at each meeting. A speaker meeting often features an experienced member of AA who stands in front of the group to share their recovery story. The speaker talks about what it was like before joining AA, what changes occurred, and what it’s like today. Hearing the stories of other members, such as those at AA meetings in Iowa, often helps newcomers break through denial and admit that help is needed. Support may come in the form of the 12-Step program of Alcoholics Anonymous. Our online AA directory can help you locate the type of meeting that is right for you. If you don’t find a meeting you are interested in, be sure to check back; our database is updated on an ongoing basis.