Calvert County, Maryland AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Calvert County, Maryland to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Maryland 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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Find AA meetings in Calvert County, Maryland

AA meetings in Calvert County, Maryland, have supported people recovering from alcohol use disorder (AUD) for many years. This area is home to popular weekend resort towns. Residents and visitors can find meeting information in our online directory. AUD is a medical condition whose primary traits are uncontrolled drinking and the breakdown of interpersonal relationships. People who have tried to control their drinking, but continue to struggle, need outside support to recover. The fellowship found in AA meetings comes from the time spent together studying the program located in the Big Book of AA and other approved literature. Members also find that sharing their recovery stories is a valuable resource; in fact, most meeting time is spent talking about the successes and challenges that happen in recovery. Everyone in the meetings is encouraged to tell their own story, but sharing is not mandatory–those not ready to share should feel free to wait until they are. AA meetings, Maryland, are a safe place for AA members because participants respect the principle of anonymity and work to withhold judgment. Withdrawal from alcohol can cause serious side effects. If your AUD symptoms are severe, please consider a medically supervised detox program. To learn more about treatment programs available, call our helpline and ask a specialist for more information.

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