Benton is a home rule-class city in Marshall County, Kentucky. Like many other cities in Idaho, Benton has residents living there with an alcohol dependency. The city has established Alcoholics Anonymous programs inside the community to help these residents overcome their dependency. Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, is an international group support organization that provides alcohol addiction support to people from all over the globe. With groups in thousands of communities and over one million members throughout the world, AA is the largest, and most popular alcohol addiction group support organization globally. The first AA group was formed in Akron, Ohio in 1935 by AA founders Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith. This was a springboard for AA as the organization was officially founded after the forming of the group. AA provides powerful peer support via its therapy sessions called AA meetings. These counseling sessions have a welcoming, compassionate, confidential, supportive, and respectful culture. If you attend AA meetings in Benton, you will not be forced to do anything you are not comfortable with. You will not be even pressured to stop drinking. You will have to make that decision on your own as long as you have a desire to. AA simply suggests that, if you want to stop drinking, you should consider following the tried and proven AA way. Alcoholicsanonymous.com lists AA meetings in Kentucky, including A meetings in Benton.
Benton, Kentucky AA Meetings
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