Auburn, New York AA Meetings

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Auburn is a city in Cayuga County, New York State. It is located in Central New York at the north end of Owasco Lake, one of the finger lakes. Cases of alcohol addiction have been on the rise in Auburn recently. Many individuals consume quantities of alcohol, which amount to alcohol intoxication. Alcoholics Anonymous, in its usual way, responded rapidly to this surge by organizing Auburn AA meetings. These meetings are designed to help individuals recover from alcohol addiction with least side effects. Open meetings allow both affected individuals and those who desire to learn more about alcohol use disorders to participate. Experienced members take on counseling. By voluntarily sharing experiences they had with alcohol and how they managed to overcome it, members learn more effective methods of tackling alcoholism and problem drinking. Closed meetings involve a personalized experience with seasoned mentors. Virtual meetings, now supported by video conferencing, are available and satisfy the needs of members who are unavoidably absent. More unique options Auburn AA meetings provide include 12 step meetings, Big Book meetings, beginner meetings, gender-specific meetings and discussion meetings. They advise prospective members to attend NY AA meetings they feel at home with. Venues for meetings can be sourced from an up-to-date AA directory.

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