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Pigeon, Michigan AA meetings
Village leaders in Pigeon, Michigan, invite people to consider living their best life in this rural community with small-town values combined with urban progressiveness. Unfortunately, some people in this area live with the effects of alcohol use disorder (AUD), a chronic medical condition whose symptoms include an inability to control drinking, a preoccupation with alcohol, and the difficulties it brings to their relationships. AA meetings in Pigeon are a great place to get help and begin AUD recovery. Alcoholics Anonymous has been helping people find hope on their recovery journey and heal their relationships. Interest and demographic-specific meetings are relatable to AA’s unique membership. There are open meetings for those who would like to bring a supportive family member along, closed meetings for those with AUD only, women-only and men-only meetings, and more. A portion of meeting time is reserved for members to share their recovery experiences. Sharing is not required; members may listen until they are comfortable sharing. It’s normal to feel unsure when attending meetings for the first time or after a relapse. You can feel confident that the members of AA Michigan groups are willing and ready to welcome all who find their way to meetings. AUD recovery is a difficult journey, and setbacks are typical; consider a formal rehab program combined with meeting attendance for optimal results. To learn more about what programs are available in your area, call our toll-free helpline and request more information.