Livingston County, Michigan AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Livingston County, 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 Livingston County, Michigan

Perfectly positioned near several large cities, many residents of Livingston County, Michigan, commute to work. Like other counties across the state, Livingston County has residents with alcohol use disorder (AUD). Symptoms of this chronic medical condition include the inability to stop drinking and suffering in relationships. AUD recovery is a journey that is best made in the company of others with AUD in common. Fellow travelers will be found in AA meetings in Livingston County. For those experiencing AUD symptoms, use our online directory to find an AA meeting nearby. Attendance at Alcoholics Anonymous has been credited with helping millions of people recover worldwide since it began in the 1930s. Groups have been relying on the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, containing the 12 Steps of AA, a spiritual program of self-development and self-examination. When working toward recovery, it’s suggested to attend meetings with an open mind. In meetings, you’ll hear recovery stories and experiences from members who have been where you are and have learned to live fulfilling and gratifying lives without alcohol. Newcomers and old-timers are encouraged to share during meetings though it is not mandatory; those who are not ready to talk may listen until they are comfortable. AA Michigan meetings offer their experience, strength, and hope to all who participate in their fellowship. Detoxification from alcohol can be dangerous for those with severe AUD; participation in a medically supervised rehab program is desirable. To learn about the programs offered nearby, call our toll-free helpline and ask for more information.

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