Gambier, Ohio AA Meetings

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Gambier, the home of Kenyon College is known for its gravel path that is referred to as “Middle Path” which runs the length of the village forming a way through the community for students. Several of its residents are struggling with a dependence on alcohol. Some are so reliant that they have been detected with alcohol use disorder. Alcohol use disorder or AUD is a clinical condition where individuals fail to consistently regulate their alcohol consumption. There are several types of treatment that are used to treat alcohol addiction including Alcoholics Anonymous. The group assistance therapy has proven to be quite effective in treating alcohol addiction. According to several studies, people who are more involved with an AA program have a tendency to do better with their recovery. During the AA program, a great deal of focus is put on confronting one’s weaknesses. Basic components involved in the recovery process includes confessing to losing control of the ability to control your drinking, developing a “fearless ethical inventory of one’s self, apologizing for wrongdoings in the past, the belief in a higher power, and also passing on the AA message to other individuals that are addicted to alcohol. If you are a citizen of the town and would like support for your alcohol reliance you can discover AA meetings in Gambier on AlcoholicsAnonymous.com. The directory site groups AA meetings by state including Alcoholics Anonymous Ohio.

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