Fairmont is in Fillmore County, Nebraska. Many of its locals have been diagnosed with alcohol use disorders, but only a small percentage go on to proper treatment. AA meetings in Fairmont aid affected residents, ensuring they have access to appropriate treatment regimes. Alcoholics Anonymous is a global mutual aid fellowship committed to helping persons with alcohol addiction achieve sobriety and remain sober. It was formed in 1935 and has since then helped several individuals worldwide achieve long-term sobriety. AA meetings in Fairmont use the 12-step approach in treating alcohol use disorders, causing members to acknowledge their need for help and take responsibility for their actions. AA meetings come in a variety of formats so that members have a comprehensive recovery experience. In these meetings, participants network with members at different stages of recovery, learning from their experiences. New members can also choose to be sponsored by more experienced members. There are large group sessions, smaller sub-group sessions, and one-on-one counseling sessions. Open meetings have locals, friends, and relatives come in to show their support. These meetings are usually speaker-only, and nonmembers in attendance are opportune to learn more about the condition. You can use the AA directory to locate any one of the AA meetings Nebraska organizes.
Fairmont, Nebraska AA Meetings
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