Find AA Meetings in Fort Campbell, Kentucky

Find AA meetings in Fort Campbell, 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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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
11:45 AM Lunchtime With Aa Lunchtime With Aa 6145 Desert Storm Avenue Fort Campbell
12:00 PM Hungry Spirits Group 100 Higgins Street Hungry Spirits Group 100 Higgins Street Hopkinsville
12:00 PM Clark Street Group Clark Street Group 951 Clark Street Clarksville
5:30 PM Hungry Spirits Group 100 Higgins Street Hungry Spirits Group 100 Higgins Street Hopkinsville
6:00 PM Safe Harbor Group Clarksville Safe Harbor Group 280 Dunbar Cave Road Clarksville
6:00 PM Clark Street Group Clark Street Group 951 Clark Street Clarksville
8:00 PM Clark Street Group Clark Street Group 951 Clark Street Clarksville

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Fort Campbell, Kentucky AA meetings

Fort Campbell is a U.S. Army base located in the Kentucky–Tennessee border. This historic area has a few people adversely impacted by alcohol. AA meetings in Fort Campbell supply essential support to individuals trying to recover from alcohol use disorder. AA meetings in Fort Campbell are part of the Alcoholics Anonymous meetings belonging to a global network. The meetings offer guidance from previous alcoholics who overcame their addiction and now provide support to those presently dealing with the illness. Alcoholism creates such a strong impact that it is difficult to recuperate without a solid support group. The support is provided through a 12-step program with a high success rate, as long as there is strict adherence. Alcoholics with more severe cases are referred to an inpatient facility, in addition to therapy sessions. A medical cleanse is normally provided before the aforementioned programs to assist with detox. Alcoholism in several circumstances can affect productivity, and ultimately adversely affecting the economic stability of the family. The assistance and advice offered by previous alcoholics at the AA meetings in Kentucky provide the roadway to healing for individuals experiencing AUD. Throughout the therapy sessions, people are encouraged to speak about their addiction as this is a part of learning the reasons for the addiction, and it places people on a continual path to recuperation.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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