Dexter, Iowa AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Dexter, 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 Dexter, Iowa

Dexter is a city in Dallas County, Iowa; the town is part of the Des Moines Metropolitan area. Those living or working in Dallas County may find our online directory of AA meetings in Dexter useful to find a local addiction recovery program.

Some people searching for AA meetings in Iowa are court-ordered to participate in a 12-Step recovery program or other addiction treatment programs. If you have been court-ordered to treatment, you may have questions about how the process works. You may be allowed to select the type of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) group and meetings you want to attend. There are several options when it comes to meeting types, including open groups (open for anyone to attend, including friends and family members), closed groups (available only for those with a desire to quit drinking), men’s groups, women’s groups, professional groups, and more.

Usually, the court issues a document for keeping track of AA meetings. The paper is called a slip or sometimes referred to as a card. Someone at AA must sign the slip/card after each meeting you attend. Every AA group handles the signing of AA slips/cards differently. Some groups pre-appoint a group member to sign the slips/cards; usually, the pre-appointed person is the group chairperson or secretary.

If you want to explore other options for addiction treatment, call our helpline today. We can help you locate a detoxification (detox) program (usually offered at an inpatient rehab facility), outpatient, or inpatient treatment programs in your local area.

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