West Bridgewater, Massachusetts AA Meetings

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Find AA meetings in West Bridgewater, Massachusetts

West Bridgewater, a town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts has a portion of its population that is dependent on alcohol. Alcoholics Anonymous programs have been established in the town to provide assistance for these residents. Alcoholics Anonymous or AA is the gold standard method for managing all types of addiction. AA programs have been established in states throughout America including AA Massachusetts. Since its founding in 1935, the group support therapy has since evolved to be the world’s largest and most popular with over one million members in over 100,000 groups from more than 150 countries worldwide. AA meetings west Bridgewater MA have been put in place to help inhabitants of West Bridgewater to obtain support for their drinking problems. AA has grown to be so prominent that it has been emulated by a lot of other rehabilitation organizations including Narcotics Anonymous as well as Debtors Anonymous. Through its 12-Steps program AA encourages its members to hold themselves responsible for their addiction as well as to take full responsibility for their healing. By utilizing meditation and prayer, members are encouraged to strive for a spiritual transformation. Every member is urged to read what’s referred to as the organization’s ‘bible’ – “The Big Book.” The book is a great source of inspiring stories of past members who accomplished long-term sobriety through AA.

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