Find AA Meetings in Independence, Kentucky

Find AA meetings in Independence, 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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Independence, Kentucky AA meetings

Independence is a city in Kenton County, in the US state of Kentucky. The issue of alcohol addiction poses serious challenges for the residents of Independence, and as a result, Alcoholics Anonymous has provided meetings to aid with these issues. At the AA meetings in Independence, individuals can locate the local directory listings which act as a guide for residents. These persons must recognize and realize that they are experiencing issues with alcohol misuse and, they must therefore take the necessary steps to rectify this problem, they must not be in denial. At the AA meetings in Kentucky, the treatment process entails a 12-step approach which leads members through a series. The meetings are sponsored and supervised by former members. Family members and friends are allowed to accompany individuals for support at open meetings so they can relate to the challenging experiences in trying to stay sober. The closed meetings are for those who need a level of privacy because these are held behind closed doors without families and friends being present. At the AA meetings in Kentucky, large and small groups are an option, as well as women’s groups, men’s groups, and spiritual sessions. The organization provides systematic support for these persons who suffer from this disorder. They are motivated to stay the course, which may assist with their recovery process. The aim is to provide this facility to assist these individuals in recovering from this illness and regain sobriety in their lives.

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