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Find AA meetings in Walker, Minnesota
Alcoholics Anonymous offers various kinds of group meetings and other recovery programs that have proven to be successful. In AA, people dealing with alcohol use disorders can come together and share their stories with others who are in the same situation. This allows members to learn from the past experiences of one another. Among the programs that AA meetings in Walker provide are the open and closed meetings. Open meetings allow the attendance of any non-member as well as friends and families of the members. However, the closed meetings give members a private room to speak their minds as they are held between the members only. AA Minnesota has also experienced sponsors that are willing to help new inductees embrace the whole recovery process. Sponsors are individuals who are experienced who the program and can mentor newcomers by giving them encouragement and support. A sponsor is a veteran in the program who can be a symbol of commitment and perseverance to other members. Though Alcoholics Anonymous is a non-religious program, it encourages its members to believe in a certain higher power of their own belief. It encourages them to pray or meditate on it daily.