Find AA Meetings in Dayton, Kentucky

Find AA meetings in Dayton, 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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Dayton, Kentucky AA meetings

Dayton is a home rule-class city that sits along a bend of the Ohio River in Campbell County, Kentucky. Millions of people across the globe are struggling with alcohol use disorder. It is estimated that over ten million individuals in America alone have alcohol use disorder, or AUD. Reversing AUD is extremely difficult. An individual’s outcome depends on their ability to stop drinking alcohol and the severity of repercussions that result because of extended alcohol misuse. Excessive and consistent alcohol intake can lead to health issues such as liver and kidney disease, pancreatitis, clinical depression, high blood pressure, mental illness, cancer, brain damage, and ultimately death. Many people that seek treatment end up overcoming alcohol addiction. However, a solid support group is vital to attaining full recovery. This is why Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, is one of the most effective forms of treatment for alcohol addiction. The solid peer support offered by the group organization through AA meetings is a major factor in AA’s high success rate of reversing AUD in millions of people worldwide who have gone through the organization’s therapy program. Residents of Dayton can receive peer assistance locally by attending AA meetings Dayton. Location information for these, as well as other AA meetings in Kentucky, are provided on

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