Charlevoix, Michigan AA Meetings

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

Charlevoix, Michigan, sits uniquely on Lake Charlevoix and Lake Michigan, making water sports a common form of recreation. Like many cities across the state, Charlevoix has residents affected by alcohol use disorder (AUD), a chronic disease characterized by uncontrolled drinking, obsession with alcohol, and the stress it causes in their relationships. Alcoholics Anonymous has been helping people recover from AUD for over 85 years and is the world leader in peer-group recovery. Those who experience AUD are a diverse population. A variety of AA meetings is offered to meet their needs, closed meetings—open to those in recovery only, open meetings—available to supportive family members, beginners’ meetings—to learn the program basics, and more. AA groups rely on the principles found in the Big Book of AA published in 1939 and includes the 12 Steps of AA, a spiritual development program. Alcoholics Anonymous is not associated with any creed or political beliefs; membership has no dues, meetings are free and open to anyone who desires to quit drinking. In meetings, members take turns sharing. They talk about what the group has been studying or about their recovery journey. Group sharing assists recovery but isn’t mandatory, and members are encouraged to participate when they are ready to do so. AA Michigan meetings are a fellowship of supportive individuals who will welcome you. To learn about rehab programs that are accessible, call our helpline and ask a specialist for more information.

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