Find AA Meetings in Boulder City, Nevada

Find AA meetings in Boulder City, Nevada to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Nevada 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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Boulder City, Nevada AA meetings

Boulder City, Nevada is renowned as a place with something for virtually every visitor with easy access to the big-city attractions of Las Vegas. If you have made a recent decision to stop using alcohol, however, you may be wondering if there are resources in this destination city to help you achieve your goal. One of the resources that can be a starting point on your recovery journey is an Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting. AA meetings in Boulder City are not therapy, but can be used alongside formal treatment options. For example, many inpatient rehab facilities hold 12-step meetings as part of their programming and your therapist may recommend peer support groups in addition to one-on-one sessions. In an AA meeting, instead of working with a facilitator who is a licensed mental health professional, you enter a more informal environment made up of other people who are actively pursuing recovery from alcohol misuse and addiction. AA meetings require no formal diagnosis, no membership dues, no specific level of attendance or participation, and no exchange of personal information. These characteristics can make AA meetings in Nevada ideal for filling treatment gaps, receiving support in times of crisis, and building a community that intimately understands your struggles and successes. Find upcoming AA meetings in the directory for peer support and professional help by calling our addiction treatment specialists.

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