Belchertown, Massachusetts AA Meetings

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Find AA meetings in Belchertown, Massachusetts

Situated in Hampshire County, the town of Belchertown consists of a large number of citizens that are chained to the excessive use of alcohol. Addiction to alcohol is known to destroy lives, families and relationships. And that’s why it is so essential to address this issue urgently and help people under the influence of alcohol to overcome their drinking problems and better themselves to reach their true capacity. Alcoholics Anonymous takes part in doing just that. It is a nonprofit fellowship found by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith who were once excessive alcohol users themselves. By the early 21st century Alcoholics Anonymous had shown massive success with having more than two million members being formed all over the world. AA Massachusetts is open to any user that is determined to become independent of alcohol. It reaches out to anyone that is affected by alcohol use despite of the individual’s race, gender and ethnicity. It aims to undo the damages that are done due to alcohol use either on the user or anyone close to the individual. To achieve their goal, AA North Massachusetts frequently holds AA meetings. AA meetings in Belchertown resemble focus groups. In these meetings many former and current alcohol users share their struggles and find solutions for it. These meetings follow a carefully planned 12 step approach to fit each individual. But unlike the 12 step approach the 12 traditions are similar everywhere and are defined in the big book: the main governing literature of Alcoholics Anonymous. Many who are members were not only able to achieve sobriety but also were able to play a big role in someone else’s road to sobriety.

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