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Ravenna, Nebraska AA meetings
Part of the Kearney, Nebraska Micropolitan Statistical Area, Ravenna is a city in Buffalo County, Nebraska. Like in other areas in Nebraska, AA meetings in Raveena have been established to assist residents who are battling alcohol use disorder. Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, has become the gold standard for group support worldwide. A primary factor is its long history of success at helping people achieve lasting soberness. AA got its start in 1935 in Akron, Ohio, between business owner Bill Wilson and Doctor Bob Smith. Both “Bill W” and “Dr. Bob,” as they are now called in AA, had alcohol use disorder. Smith was motivated to stop using alcohol after meeting Wilson, who overcame stopped using alcohol through his affiliation with a Christian movement. Both men were determined to figure out a way to help other people become sober again. They founded AA and soon after published The Big Book. The piece of literature recorded their philosophy, concepts, and the now world-famous 12 Steps of AA. Listings for AA meetings in Ravenna can be found in this directory. You can also find listings for other AA meetings in Nebraska. If you are looking for formal rehab treatment options, contact our specialists today.