Kinderhook, New York AA Meetings

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Kinderhook, located in the northern part of Columbia County, New York, is the most populous municipality in Columbia County. Its name (Kinderhoek) means “Children’s Corner” in Dutch, the language of the original settlers. Alcoholics Anonymous or AA meetings in Kinderhook are set up to assist residents in the town who are struggling with alcohol addiction get support. makes it easier for them to find AA meetings in Kinderhook as well as other NY AA meetings. These meetings help millions of people worldwide gain support and insights that help them to overcome their addiction. Its main purpose is to help its members to regain sobriety. The fellowship provides a sort of kinship among its members where they share a sense of common suffering. AA meetings offer a platform to share addiction journeys creating opportunities for its members to learn from each other. AA meetings are not professional neither are they discriminatory or political. It does not cost to attend. Open AA meetings also welcome individuals who might not be addicted to alcohol but are a support base for people who are. AA uses a Twelve Tradition and 12 Step program. Its steps include members initially admitting to their inability to control their addiction, analyzing their past errors in their lives and addressing them, and changing how they live by adopting their behavior.

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