Find AA Meetings in Frankfort, Kentucky

Find AA meetings in Frankfort, 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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Frankfort, Kentucky AA meetings

Frankfort is located in the US state of Kentucky and is the capital city of the Commonwealth of Kentucky and the seat of Franklin County. This location has its fair share of individuals affected by alcohol addiction, which require aid from AA meetings in Frankfort. Alcohol addiction affects lives and livelihood in many ways. It has led to a reduction in productivity, and negatively affects interpersonal relationships. Alcoholics Anonymous is part of a global network, helping individuals to recover from alcohol use disorder and maintain sobriety. This database is arranged by location, making it easy for individuals to source the nearest meeting to them. At AA meetings in Kentucky, support is extensively provided in a warm and welcoming environment. For people desirous of quitting alcohol use, AA meetings will certainly give the needed support to help overcome this hurdle. The therapy that is practiced at these meetings is a 12-step program. Other programs for rehab include treatment at an inpatient facility, as well as medical treatments. These therapies have a high success rate once members are dedicated to the program. Meetings are delivered in several ways, such as by gender, as spiritual meetings, and meetings with a large or small group. Listening to someone’s previous addiction tale will certainly provide education and inspiration. This will encourage those affected to push in the direction of recuperating from alcohol addiction.

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