A city in Fairfield and Franklin counties in Ohio, Canal Winchester was founded by Reuben Dove and John Colman in 1828. Canal Winchester has people living in its community who are battling an addiction to alcohol. Alcohol addiction is when an individual drink compulsively failing to regulate how much they drink. Repeated overconsumption can lead to many detrimental mental and physical effects. These involve behavioral anxiety, liver issues, kidney failure, irritability, fatigue, depression, and even brain injury in some severe cases. There are different types of treatments for alcohol addiction, including detox, to rid the body of the toxins from alcohol; medications, to manage withdrawal effects and cravings; and behavioral therapy treatments such as Alcoholics Anonymous. Alcoholics Anonymous or AA offers a source of fellowship and much-needed peer support for those who are dealing with alcohol addiction. AA meetings usually involve conversations among participants about alcohol addiction that can give members useful insight. They are not affiliated with any political parties, or any other entities, and does not want to indulge in any controversy or favor or condemn any cause. Its goal is to help its members get sober and remain sober. Our website lists AA meetings in Canal Winchester as well as other Alcoholics Anonymous Ohio meetings from other areas in the state.
Canal Winchester, Ohio AA Meetings
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