Many adults are dealing with alcohol use disorder in the United States and the rest of the world. Alcohol use disorder or AUD is a disease in which people over-consume alcohol for a prolonged period of time. Chippewa Township, one of the sixteen townships of Wayne County, Ohio, has set up Alcoholics Anonymous meeting points for residents of its community who are struggling with the disease. Alcoholics Anonymous or AA has helped millions of people around the world achieve long-term sobriety since its inception in the 1930s. The famous 12-Steps and 12-Traditions are the driving ideals of AA. These steps and traditions are outlined in detail in AA’s governing literature – “The Big Book.” Known as the bible of the group, “The Big Book” describes several stories about AA participants who overcame alcohol addiction and achieved long-term sobriety through the AA program. The ‘Personal Experiences’ section of the book is a valuable source of inspiration and encouragement for people who have AUD. These stories will provide participants with the assurance that it is indeed possible to escape the traps of alcohol addiction and attain full long-term recovery. AA meetings in Chippewa Township can be found on AlcoholicsAnonymous.com, which groups AA meetings for states across America including Alcoholics Anonymous Ohio.
Chippewa Township, Ohio AA Meetings
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