Find AA Meetings in Butler, Kentucky

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8:00 PM Felicity Ohio Group Felicity Ohio Group 981 Hopewell Road Felicity

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Butler, Kentucky AA meetings

Butler is a home rule-class city in Pendleton County, Kentucky. The city has a population of around a thousand, a portion of which has alcohol use disorder. Alcohol use disorder, or AUD, is a medical condition in which an individual struggles to control their alcohol consumption despite suffering from its many adverse effects. Millions of people all around the world suffer from this condition. In America alone, over ten million people are said to have AUD. Alcoholics Anonymous programs are one of the foremost treatments that are used to treat AUD. Alcoholics Anonymous, or AUD, is renowned for its effectiveness in reversing AUD in millions of people since its inception in the 1930s. It is also renowned for its famous ‘Twelve Steps’ program, which has become the standard program for many addiction recovery groups. The ‘Twelve Steps’, which originated in AA, are set up in a linear fashion. However, for participants, it performs as an ongoing circle, as steps are sometimes revisited until the individual is fully comfortable at a particular stage of the recovery process. The first of the twelve steps requires admission of dependency, and the need to get help for it. The following steps include deciding to quit, and a commitment to ongoing improvement. Butler locals can find information for AA meetings in Butler and other AA meetings in Kentucky on alcoholicsanonymous.com.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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Dry Ridge (22.3 Miles Away)
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Felicity (23.8 Miles Away)
Cold Spring (26.1 Miles Away)
Erlanger (26.6 Miles Away)
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Brooksville (29.1 Miles Away)

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