Find AA Meetings in Fort Knox, Kentucky

Find AA meetings in Fort Knox, 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
10:00 AM Red Eye Group Brandenburg Red Eye Group 2255 Fairground Road Brandenburg
12:00 PM Recovery At Noon Vine Grove Recovery At Noon Vine Grove Joe Prather Highway Vine Grove
12:00 PM High Noon Group Elizabethtown High Noon Group 206 South Main Street Elizabethtown
4:30 PM High Noon After Noon High Noon After Noon 206 South Main Street Elizabethtown
8:00 PM Traditions Group Elizabethtown Traditions Group Online 1016 Pear Orchard Road Elizabethtown
8:00 PM Up The Road Group Up The Road Group 2255 Fairground Road Brandenburg

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Fort Knox, Kentucky AA meetings

Fort Knox is a United States Army base installation in Kentucky, south of Louisville and north of Elizabethtown. In Fort Knox, some of the residents suffer from alcohol use disorder. Heart issues, stroke, and kidney disease are serious health issues that may result from alcohol use disorders if left untreated. At the AA meetings in Fort Knox, persons are encouraged to seek assistance with this matter. The local directory listing is quite accessible by the residents and provides information on the various meetings, times and dates. There is also a website for Alcoholics Anonymous which refers persons to the various rehab centers and offers information on the meetings. At the AA meetings in Kentucky, persons affected are assisted by members called sponsors who have volunteered their services in seeking to assist these individuals. There are however closed and open meetings. At the open meetings family members and friends are encouraged to attend the meetings which are held in quite a congenial atmosphere. At the closed meetings, members prefer to have private sessions without family and friends being present. At the AA meetings in Kentucky, there are large and small groups, women’s groups and men’s groups, and spiritual groups. Treatments that are administered include. the 12-step approach. Other places offer detoxification, inpatient facilities, and counseling sessions. Members are advised to follow the treatment process which could result in their being rehabilitated.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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