Find AA Meetings in Irvine, Kentucky

Find AA meetings in Irvine, 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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Irvine, Kentucky AA meetings

Irvine is a smaller city within Estill County, in the US state of Kentucky. The local directory listing of AA meetings provides meaningful information and support for individuals with alcohol addiction. This allows them to locate the various meetings which have been created, including all AA meetings in Irvine. Individuals affected are encouraged to seek assistance but there are times some of these persons might be in denial that an alcohol problem exists. It is, therefore, necessary that relatives and friends can coax them in to seek assistance as a group. At the AA meetings in Kentucky, management of the program is carried out by previous members who are now recovered from AUD. They can provide critical testimonies all of which aids in the treatment process of these individuals. The meetings are delivered in different ways: there are candlelight spiritual meetings, women’s and men’s meetings, and small or large meetings. In all meetings, individuals are encouraged to speak openly about the situation. This is regarded as an open meeting with families and friends being in attendance, however, others require privacy in speaking about the issues without families and friends in attendance at what is called a closed meeting. At the AA meeting in Kentucky, treatment involves a 12-step approach which has been regarded as being very successful when followed. All members are encouraged to follow the treatment plan as closely as possible and continue to come back regularly.

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