Bedford is a home rule-class city in Trimble County, Kentucky, United States. Despite its tiny population of a few hundred, Bedford has a history of alcohol addiction. Several residents in the city are suffering from alcohol use disorder. People with alcohol use disorder, or AUD, suffer from withdrawal symptoms if they go too long without drinking alcohol or if they abruptly try to quit. These symptoms range from mild to severe. If you have more serious symptoms like seizures and hallucinations, your doctor could suggest inpatient care and drug treatment. If your symptoms are mild, you won’t need more than a supportive environment to help you get through. A positive, supportive atmosphere like AA meetings is ideal for people with AUD to receive critical support. AA, or Alcoholics Anonymous, is an international fellowship that provides peer support to people who need help with alcohol addiction through its renowned ‘Twelve Steps’ program. The group support organization has been helping millions of people overcome alcohol addiction and achieve long-term sobriety since the 1930s. At AA meetings you will get opportunities to share your addiction journey with people who are facing similar challenges as a result of alcohol addiction in a safe, welcoming, and compassionate environment. Locations for AA meetings in Bedford and all other AA meetings in Kentucky can be found on alcoholicsanonymous.com.
Bedford, Kentucky AA Meetings
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