Find AA Meetings in Hazard, Kentucky

Find AA meetings in Hazard, 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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Hazard, Kentucky AA meetings

Hazard is an area within and the county seat of Perry County, in the US state of Kentucky. Hazard is presented with a serious dilemma of alcohol use disorders; this poses to be a real issue for the residents affected. This is where families and friends may play a vital role in helping these persons to realize that treatment is needed to stop substance use disorders as soon as possible. A key role is played by the Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in providing support for this problem. At the AA meetings in Hazard, residents can access information on these meetings via a very informative local directory listing. At the AA meetings in Kentucky, there are meetings to cater to each individual’s needs. The 12-step approach is used by AA as a program for rectifying actions and changing behaviors. At the AA meetings in Kentucky, meetings are chaired by previous members who are in control of facilitating the program, as they can guide and inspire attendees considering that they were once in the same situation before. Their stories serve as a source of strength and motivation to these members. At the open meetings, members can invite friends and families and can speak openly about the challenges of trying to be alcohol-free and abstaining from use. The closed sessions allow members to speak privately without families and friends being present.

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