Fort Washington, Maryland AA Meetings

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Despite Fort Washington being a prosperous community in Prince George’s County, Maryland, the unincorporated area has a portion of its population that is struggling with alcohol use disorder. Like many other communities in America, the census-designated place has Alcoholics Anonymous programs set up inside the community to offer solid peer support to those affected. Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, offers a level of support to people with alcohol dependency that is unparalleled. Through its popular ‘Twelve Steps’ program, AA has helped millions of people globally to escape the clutches of alcohol use disorder. The ‘Twelve Steps’ is a fantastic first step to recovery. It is a major component of AA meetings, which are one-hour long gatherings of people with alcohol dependence. These meetings are held in a variety of ways such as spiritual-oriented, and male or female-only meetings. However, all AA meetings offer attendees and members opportunities to get invaluable education and guidance from people who have traveled the rough journey of alcohol addiction and ended up achieving long-term sobriety. These individuals are AA veterans who returned to living fulfilling lives thanks to the AA program. These senior members run AA meetings and are a major source of inspiration and motivation for younger members. If you live in Fort Washington and are struggling with alcohol use disorder, you can find the locations of AA meetings in Fort Washington on The website organizes information on AA meetings for states across America, including AA meetings Maryland.

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