The city in and the county seat of Mercer County, Ohio was established by James Watson Riley in 1834 and got its from the New York town of Salina. The city has residents that are struggling with alcohol addiction. However, these residents are not left to fight this crippling disease on their own. Like many other cities throughout the United States Celina offers assistance in the form of Alcoholics Anonymous programs. The largest and longest-running alcohol support group in the world Alcoholics Anonymous or AA has helped millions of people across the globe overcome alcohol addiction and achieve long-term recovery. AA offers different support mechanisms for alcohol addiction recovery including the world-famous 12-Steps and 12 Traditions methods. These guiding principles are highlighted in ‘The Big Book’, which is considered the organizations governing literature. The ‘bible of the organization’ is a wonderful source of support and inspiration for rehabilitation. The documented positive experiences are of immense benefit to individuals who need assistance with their drinking problems. AA meetings are non-discriminatory, non-religious, non-partisan, and apolitical. Its ‘open meetings’ promote the inclusion of individuals who do not have an alcohol problem. Locals in Celina can find AA meetings in Celina listed on AlcoholicsAnonymous.com. The directory groups AA meetings from states across America including Alcoholics Anonymous Ohio from other areas in the state.
Celina, Ohio AA Meetings
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