Clyde, a city in Sandusky County, Ohio has Alcoholics Anonymous programs established to assist its residents who are struggling with alcohol addiction. If you live in the town known for inspiring the setting of Sherwood Anderson’s 1919 collection of short stories, you can locate AA meetings in Clyde on AlcoholicsAnonymous.com. Alcoholics Anonymous is a non-discriminatory, apolitical, non-religious program for individuals who have drinking problems. AA meetings are like a fellowship that provides support to its participants and motivates them to regain soberness. Its ‘open meetings’ are for individuals who are dependent on alcohol in addition to those who are not. At these open sessions, participants share their alcohol addiction stories with fellow participants. These ‘open meetings’ are usually focused around a certain subject picked by the leader of the meeting. These individuals are usually senior members that has actually overcome alcohol addiction and has maintained their sobriety for many years. There are some AA meetings that are run based on certain groups such as ‘beginners meetings’ that teach beginners about the fundamentals of the program. New members gets direct personal guidance/’sponsorship’ from senior members. You can also find Alcoholics Anonymous Ohio meetings from other areas in the state on AlcoholicsAnonymous.com. Our directory is constantly updated.
Clyde, Ohio AA Meetings
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