DeWitt, Iowa AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in DeWitt, Iowa to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Iowa 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 DeWitt, Iowa

DeWitt is a small town in Clinton County, Iowa. If you are searching for a recovery program in Clinton County, our online directory of AA meetings in DeWitt can help you find a meeting near you.

Some people hesitate to get involved in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) because of preconceived notions that the program is religious. Although the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) are considered a set of spiritual principles, there is no requirement to be religious or to believe in God to join AA. The AA program, including AA meetings in Iowa, has no religious affiliation. The definition of “spiritual” does not necessarily incorporate any deity, although their Higher Power (HP) is God for some people in the program.

A recovering person in AA is encouraged to identify one’s own HP. An HP could be God, the universe or, a person’s connection to nature; it could even be one’s AA group. For many atheist or agnostic people, the AA group represents a power greater than themselves that can help restore one to sanity, as the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous describes. Although spiritual terms are challenging to put into words, in a nutshell, the significance of identifying an HP is that it allows a recovering person to find purpose and faith in something more significant than the self and the ego, lending itself to a sense of acceptance and peace.

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