Alcohol use disorder is a medical problem where people still consume alcohol compulsively despite its damaging repercussions. An individual is diagnosed with alcohol use disorder or AUD after reaching two to three of the 11 criteria over a span of one year. Depending on how many requirements have been met, AUD may be moderate or extreme. AUD is caused by a multitude of reasons including constant binge drinking, marital troubles, peer pressure, self-esteem issues, persisting abuse, and simple accessibility to alcohol. The disorder adversely affects millions of people around the world including people that are close to those with the disease such as relatives, peers, colleagues, and even business partners. There are several treatment options for AUD, including detoxification, rehabilitation, and behavioral therapies such as Alcoholics Anonymous or AA. Greenwich, a village in Huron County, Ohio, has AA meeting points set up to assist its citizens that have AUD. The exact locations of AA meetings Greenwich can be found on AlcoholicsAnonymous.com. The directory groups AA meetings for states across America including Alcoholics Anonymous Ohio. The website is frequently updated with the latest info for every AA meeting it lists. The goal of AlcoholicsAnonymous.com is to help anyone with drinking problems to easily locate AA meetings in the community they live in.
Greenwich, Ohio AA Meetings
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