Find AA Meetings in Randolph, New Jersey

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Randolph, New Jersey AA meetings

Situated in Morris County, New Jersey, United States, Randolph consists of a great deal of citizens that are slaves to the excessive use of alcohol. Addiction to alcohol can hold people back from leaving up to their dreams and that’s why it’s so important to address this issue promptly. Alcoholics Anonymous, founded in the United States in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith, is a voluntary fellowship of men and women who were formerly addicted to alcohol. AA meetings NJ contain thousands of members and are organized locally and only accept contributions that come from members or people attending the meetings. AA meetings in Randolph help alcohol users see and understand that many more people share the burdens of alcoholism. These meetings reach out to individuals that are addicted to alcohol and provide them with a positive environment where they can make form stable relationships that would help them improve their mental wellbeing. They also follow the 12 step approach, a spiritual guideline that educates members on how to look after themselves and avoid relapse. The success of treatment is dependent on what goal a member sets while first joining the community. An individual may decide to simply decrease his or her alcohol intake while another decides to totally quit it. Even though these two individuals would take different roads, the AA community will provide them with the help and guidance they need during their difficult journey. Whatever the case, the AA community has shown many positive results and is responsible for many who became and still are sober.

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