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Crosby, North Dakota AA Meetings
Crosby is a town in North Dakota’s Divide County region. Due to its small population size, there aren’t very many AA meetings in Crosby, but there are plenty of other AA meetings in North Dakota that residents can attend. AA is a member-driven organization with no centralized governance structure. However, AA’s policies are detailed out in its 12 Traditions. These include questions about finances, public relations, donations, purpose, and relationships. The guidelines can be helpful in many situations. The twelfth tradition emphasizes the importance of anonymity in AA. As a member, you must also make sure that you are aware of the fact that you affect the other members of the group. It is also important to remember that your personal ambitions may hinder the overall welfare of the group. It is important to realize that there are no rules in AA. As a member of AA you must do your best to help the group. You can learn more about the 12 Traditions of AA by attending meetings. Browse through this directory for listings of AA meetings in Crosby. For help finding formal rehab treatment that you cannot get through AA meetings in North Dakota, call our specialists today.
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