Waukon, Iowa AA Meetings

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Find AA meetings in Waukon, Iowa

Waukon is a city in Makee Township, Allamakee County, Iowa. Some residents of Waukon are among millions of people from all around the world who are suffering from the effects of alcoholism. Alcoholism, more commonly known as alcohol use disorder, is a serious illness that adversely affects people from all backgrounds whether young, old, rich, poor, black, or white. People who become dependent on alcohol are not just older homeless adults that sit on park benches that are often depicted in movies. Plenty of young and successful people are also dependent on drinking alcohol. It does not matter how long you have been drinking, what you have been drinking, or even how much you drink. It is what drinking does to you that matters most. Alcohol depresses the central nervous system (CNS) negatively affecting several parts of the brain. Thankfully, there are several treatment options for alcoholism, which if properly applied, can intervene and prevent these extreme consequences. One of them is Alcoholics Anonymous. Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, is a global group support organization that has helped millions of people from all over the world achieve long-lasting soberness through its counseling sessions called AA meetings. Local AA meetings in Waukon are set up in the community. Residents can find information for these meetings on alcoholicsanonymous.com, which groups all AA meetings in Iowa.

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