Find AA Meetings in Caneyville, Kentucky

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Caneyville, Kentucky AA meetings

Caneyville is a home rule-class city in Grayson County, Kentucky. Despite having a population of a few hundred, Caneyville has a history of alcohol addiction. Some of its residents are battling AUD (alcohol use disorder). AUD is a medical condition where an individual has a difficult time controlling their alcohol consumption. Alcoholics Anonymous is one of the most trusted treatments for alcohol addiction. It has a long track record of success with helping people of all races, nationalities, cultures, and beliefs achieve lasting soberness. Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, was founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith with the purpose of helping other people to fully recover from alcohol addiction as they did. Since its inception, AA has maintained its essential principle of providing a helping hand. Its “sponsor” concept has senior AA members acting as mentors for new members and participants. These AA veterans guide their younger counterparts, teaching them how to “work the steps” (Twelve Steps method) through the recovery process. Senior members are a major source of inspiration and motivation for newcomers to AA as they stand as a model to aim at having achieved lasting sobriety via the AA program. You can gain mentorship by attending AA meetings in Caneyville as well. lists these, as well as other AA meetings in Kentucky.

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