Greenbelt, Maryland AA Meetings

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Greenbelt is a city in Prince George’s County, Maryland, that was planned and built by the Federal government. It is noted for being the first and the largest experimental New Deal Greenbelt Towns. It also has a history of alcohol addiction. Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, programs have been set up in the city to provide assistance to its citizens who are struggling with alcohol addiction. makes it very easy for these residents to discover the locations of AA meetings in Greenbelt, as well as other AA meetings Maryland. AA meetings have helped millions of individuals in America and around the globe to overcome alcohol addiction. The setup and operation of AA meetings create a type of kinship where participants and members share a sense of mutual pain. These meetings provide a forum for them to share their alcohol addiction experiences openly with other participants, facilitating opportunities for them to discover important insights and knowledge about overcoming the disease. Individuals that may not be addicted to alcohol might even take part and also discover at ‘open conferences.’ AA meetings are non-discriminatory, apolitical, and non-religious. AA meetings are free to attend, and its ‘open meetings’ welcomes anyone with or without an alcohol dependency.

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