Situated in Poplar Branch Township, Currituck County, North Carolina along the northern Outer Banks, Corolla consists of a large number of citizens that are slaves to the excessive use of alcohol. Addiction to alcohol is known to hold people back from reaching their true potential, and that’s why it’s a very significant issue that needs to be addressed. Alcoholic Anonymous is a voluntary fellowship of men and women that was founded in the United States in 1935 by William Griffith Wilson and Robert Holbrook Smith, both of whom had been strongly motivated by their own experiences in alcohol addiction. AA North Carolina is a large community of thousands of members. The fellowship is organized locally and only accepts donations that come from those who attend the meetings. AA meetings in Corolla reach out to anyone that is affected by alcohol use by bringing affected individuals together and help them understand that they are not alone in their struggle. These meetings aim to assist users form new and stable relationships. These meetings follow the 12 step approach to provide a disciplined training program that supports responsibility for self-care and prevention of relapse. The success of treatment in alcoholism is subjective to the goal the individual sets in the beginning. An addict may only want to decrease how often he or she drinks alcohol while another wants to completely give it up so these two individuals. But whatever the case the AA community has shown numerous positive results and is not willing to give up on its fellow members.
Corolla, North Carolina AA Meetings
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