Find AA Meetings in Ashland, Kentucky

Find AA meetings in Ashland, Kentucky to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Kentucky 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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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
12:00 PM Hope Group Ashland Hope Group 1338 Winchester Avenue Ashland
6:30 PM Beginning Again Group Beginning Again Group 1000 Saint Christopher Drive Ashland
8:00 PM Serenity Grows Group Serenity Grows Group 201 22nd Street Ashland
7:30 AM EyeOpener Express EyeOpener - EXPRESS 301 6th Avenue Huntington
12:00 PM Hope And Serenity Group Hope And Serenity Group 2711 8th Avenue Huntington
12:00 PM Combined Groups of Huntington Combined Groups of Huntington 301 6th Avenue Huntington
5:30 PM Combined Groups of Huntington Combined Groups of Huntington 301 6th Avenue Huntington
7:00 PM A Design For Living Huntington A Design For Living 2711 8th Avenue Huntington
8:00 PM Combined Groups of Huntington Combined Groups of Huntington 301 6th Avenue Huntington
8:00 PM Chesapeake Serenity Group Chesapeake Serenity Group 310 3rd Avenue Chesapeake

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Ashland, Kentucky AA meetings

An important economic and medical center for northeastern Kentucky, Ashland is part of the fifth-largest metropolitan area in the state. The home rule-class city in Boyd County has set up Alcoholics Anonymous programs inside its community to help its residents who are struggling with the adverse effects of alcohol addiction. Alcohol has both a stimulating and also sedating effect on human beings. So many people use it as a coping mechanism to soften life’s blows. Alcohol is legal and can be found everywhere. It is also a staple of social life. Take into consideration the legality, easy accessibility, and societal acceptance of alcohol, it is extremely difficult for people with an alcohol dependency to even achieve sobriety, much less to stay sober. Fortunately, there are several intervention methods that can be utilized to stop an individual from hitting “rock bottom.” Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, is one of the most effective in doing that. Its therapy sessions, known as AA meetings, are one hour long and are led by senior AA members that have conquered alcohol addiction after becoming members of the AA program. These senior members often share, not only their knowledge and insights about alcohol addiction but also share their addiction journeys and how AA helped them achieve long-term sobriety. You can learn from these AA veterans by attending Ashland KY AA meetings. Alcoholicsanonymous.com groups all AA meetings in Kentucky, including Ashland KY AA meetings.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

Not finding the meeting you are looking for in Ashland? Find other AA meetings in Kentucky for more times, types and availabilities.

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