Find AA Meetings in South Amboy, New Jersey

Find AA meetings in South Amboy, New Jersey to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in New Jersey 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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South Amboy, New Jersey AA meetings

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a fellowship of diverse individuals who have had struggles with alcohol abuse. It is a self-sustaining society that is available internationally. There are no restrictions for membership except having the desire to solve your alcohol addiction. Since its formation, Alcoholics Anonymous has been working towards this goal by following a 12 step approach to sobriety put forth by its founders; Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith. This process involves a series of meetings and discussion between those affected with this problem and mentorship by experienced “sponsors” which support members understand and implement the program. Non-users can also attend gatherings that are labeled as “Open AA meetings” as observers. AA meetings NJ strive towards helping its members achieve sobriety and in turn be there for those still struggling with alcoholism. AA meetings in South Amboy is where members share struggles, experiences and stories and provide a support system for one another. They provide a safe and secure environment where members can openly communicate with each other so that they could receive the help they need. These meetings are carefully planned to incorporate faith and a strong support system because the AA believes those two are very significant while battling addiction. Different types of meetings like open and closed meetings, speaker meetings, Big Book meetings, twelve step meetings are held. For more insight about our community please check out our website or call our service number.

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