A town in central Essex County, New York, Keene has 15 of the 46 High Peaks, including the state’s highest mountain Mount Marcy. Some residents of Keene are struggling with alcohol addiction but can rely on AA meetings in Keene to gain support and insights that can help them overcome their addiction. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings are therapeutic sessions run by and for, people suffering from alcohol dependency. It is a fellowship with the main objective of helping its members achieve sobriety. A couple of million people worldwide are members of AA. It provides a kinship of common suffering among its members, offering a platform for members to share their addiction stories as well as learn from other individuals who are also suffering from alcohol addiction. AA meetings are nonprofessional, non-discriminatory, and apolitical. Furthermore, it is free – the only requirement is a desire to stop drinking. Individuals who are not addicted to alcohol can also attend ‘open meetings’ as observers. AA utilizes a Twelve Step program which includes its members first admitting that they cannot control their addiction, examining their past errors, then making amends for them, and learning to live a new lifestyle with a new code of behavior. Our directory lists all AA meetings in Keene as well as other NY AA meetings in other areas of the state.
Keene, New York AA Meetings
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