Find AA Meetings in Port Norris, New Jersey

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Port Norris, New Jersey AA meetings

A significant number of people found in the city of Port Norris, in Cumberland County, New Jersey, United States have been and continue to be victims of alcoholism. Alcohol abuse is an issue that affects both the user and the people that individual has interactions with. Families of addicts suffer continuously due to intoxication behaviors a loved one displays. AA meetings NJ consist of a non-professional community that plays a huge role in helping those affected by the problem overcome their addiction and improve their lives and their relationships. This community is part of a greater international fellowship named Alcoholics Anonymous (AA). This fellowship is made up of many people who themselves have struggled with alcohol abuse and have been able to defeat it. These people harbor experiences that could save many individuals from alcoholism. You can find AA fellowships almost anywhere in the world. One of those places is Port Norris. AA meetings in Port Norris follow nearly the same 12 step approach and the 12 traditions as any AA meeting do. These steps and traditions are defined in the “Big Book” of “Alcoholics Anonymous”. In these meetings members are allowed to confidentially share experiences, thoughts and stories about their struggle with alcoholism. They also get the opportunity to connect and learn from someone having had the same struggles. In doing so, this fellowship has been able to help countless people defeat their addiction and better their own lives as well as help other members do the same. Anyone seeking to be a member and get helped can look for an AA meeting near them and attend without any prerequisites other than the desire to get better.

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