Rochester Hills, Michigan AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Rochester Hills, 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 Rochester Hills, Michigan

Originally settled sometime around 1817 and later organized in 1835 as Avon Township, Rochester Hills, Michigan is an Oakland County city approximately twelve 12 miles north of Detroit. There are AA meetings in Rochester Hills prepared to welcome anyone who wants help with their alcohol addiction. AA meetings Michigan has been helping people overcome compulsive drinking for generations, but they have not stagnated over the years, clinging to their original format. While you can still attend meetings that follow AA’s 12-step program, you don’t have to. A multitude of alternate choices are currently offered by the Alcoholics Anonymous of today. In fact, today, AA doesn’t widely use the word alcoholic today, as they now understand the reality that you are not your addiction. Your drinking is a part of you, but only one part. You are a person who is addicted to alcohol, not an alcoholic. With the help of AA, and most likely with some professional treatment from a rehab program as well, you can become a sober person in recovery. To maintain sobriety takes ongoing nurturing effort, for which AA meetings in Rochester Hills can provide great advice and consistent community support.

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