Albany, Kentucky AA Meetings

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Albany is a home rule-class city in Clinton County, Kentucky. It is home to several residents that have an alcohol reliance. To offer assistance to them, Albany has developed Alcoholics Anonymous meeting points inside its area. Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, is a global fellowship that is a very effective treatment option to escape the clutches of alcohol addiction. The global group support organization was developed to help people from around the world to achieve long-term sobriety. With locations in thousands of neighborhoods and members in more than one hundred nations worldwide, AA is the largest and most popular group support organization on earth. Its counseling sessions are called AA meetings and last for at least one hour. At these meetings, several people with alcohol dependence gather in one location and provide peer support to each other. Members and participants share their personal addiction journeys and discuss topics relating to alcohol addiction. AA meetings are led by senior AA members who usually select the topic of discussion for each meeting. If you live in Albany and have a desire to quit drinking alcohol, you can get help from Albany AA meetings. You can find the locations to these meetings among other AA meetings in Kentucky on

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