Brimfield, Massachusetts AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Brimfield, Massachusetts to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Massachusetts 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 Brimfield, Massachusetts

Situated in Hampden County, Brimfield consists of a large number of individuals that are chained to the excessive use of alcohol. Addiction to alcohol is known to be the cause of many ruined lives and damaged relationships. And that’s why it is so essential to give this issue a great deal of consideration. Alcoholics Anonymous is a nonprofit fellowship that was founded by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in 1935. They had the urge to form this community because they themselves were once sufferers of alcohol addiction. By the early 21st century Alcoholics Anonymous was able to show immense success with having more than two million members all over the world. AA North Massachusetts is open to any user that is ready and determined to defeat their addiction. It reaches out to anyone that is affected by alcohol use without taking the individual’s race, gender and ethnicity into consideration. It aims to repair or at best, undo the losses that exist due to alcohol addiction. To achieve its goal, AA Massachusetts often holds AA meetings. AA meetings in Brimfield follow a carefully planned 12 step approach to suit each individual’s need. 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 are not only able to achieve sobriety but have played a huge part in others doing the same.

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