Wakefield, Massachusetts AA Meetings

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Find AA meetings in Wakefield, Massachusetts

With a population of over 20,000 Wakefield is the 73rd most populous municipality in the state of Massachusetts. The town, which is located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts around Greater Boston metropolitan area, has an alcohol dependency history. In order to assist its residents that are struggling with a dependence on alcohol, the town has established Alcoholics Anonymous. Alcoholics Anonymous is a global fellowship which was established in 1935 to assist individuals who are dependent on alcohol. Its high success rate and great reputation have spawned new treatments for behavioral therapies and drugs such as Cocaine Anonymous (CA), Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA), Food Addicts Anonymous (FAA), and Gamblers Anonymous (GA), to name a few. However, Alcoholics Anonymous or AA continues to be considered the leading therapy option. Research indicates that people with a dependence on alcohol who become members of AA show better improvement over those who do not. Additional studies have shown that the more people attend AA meetings the better they usually do in their recovery. AA Wakefield meetings is one of many different AA Massachusetts meetings which are listed on AlcoholicsAnonymous.com. The registry groups AA meetings from various areas within states across America. It’s frequently updated to mirror the most up to date info on these meeting locations.

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