Keeseville, New York AA Meetings

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The hamlet in Clinton and Essex counties, New York, was named after its early settlers from Vermont – the Keese family. Like many towns in the state and all over the United States, Keeseville has inhabitants who are suffering from alcohol dependency. These residents can find support for their addiction with AA meetings in Keeseville that are listed on our directory. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is the largest and oldest alcohol support group in the world. AA meetings provide a variety of methods that support alcohol addiction recovery such as the effective 12-step program. This program is explained in ‘The Big Book’ – the organization’s bible. Each person that takes part in AA meetings is encouraged to read the book which is a great source of inspirational stories and recovery resources that can be of great value on your journey to achieving long-term sobriety. AA meetings are non-discriminatory and are open to people of all races, genders, ages, economic, and social status. Family members of members are also welcomed to attend. This support therapy has proven to be quite effective in helping millions of people across the world to achieve long term sobriety. Our directory lists AA meetings by city including all NY AA meetings.

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