Find AA Meetings in Hawesville, Kentucky

Find AA meetings in Hawesville, 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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Hawesville, Kentucky AA meetings

Hawesville is a very small city in Hancock County, in the US state of Kentucky, and is located in the Owensboro metropolitan area. The misuse of alcohol can have serious implications for the residents of Hawesville. Certain illnesses may occur as a result of too much alcohol indulgence. The importance of the AA meetings in Hawesville must be demonstrated and seen as a support mechanism for the persons who are experiencing alcohol use disorders. Information on these meetings is obtained through the local directory listing which is provided along with notations of times, dates, and location. There is also referral information for the rehab centers, meetings, and addiction recovery programs available on the Alcoholics Anonymous website if further treatments are needed. At the AA meetings in Kentucky, management of the programs is conducted by previous members who are there to administrate and coordinate the activities of the meetings. The meetings are quite cordial, and both open and closed meetings are observed. The open meetings allow for members to participate with family and friends, as they can often relate the varying experiences of trying to stay sober and alcohol-free. Whereas, at the closed meetings, the sessions are private without families and friends. The method of treatment practiced is the 12-step approach based on AA literature. Persons are encouraged to follow the treatment process as it may result in rehabilitation and staying alcohol-free.

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