Situated in the U.S. state of Ohio, Paulding is home to a large number of citizens that are chained to alcohol addiction. Addiction to alcohol is responsible for many destroyed lives, families and relationships. And that’s why this issue should be addressed with the utmost urgency so that alcohol users can better themselves, reach their potentials and develop themselves. Alcoholics anonymous is ideal for doing just that. It is a nonprofit and international fellowship found by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith in 1935. They both were unhealthy alcohol users who aspired to become sober and help others do the same. By the early 21st century Alcoholics Anonymous was a huge success with having more than two million members in over 150 countries. Alcoholics Anonymous Ohio is open to any alcohol user that’s willing to change his or hers ways and start a fresh new life. It reaches out to anyone that’s under the influence of alcohol without take the individual’s gender, race or ethnicity into consideration. It aspires to help the individual mend the damages done due to his or hers alcohol addiction. These damages could include issues like mental instability or social exclusion. To hit their target, Alcoholics Anonymous Ohio regularly holds AA meetings. AA meetings in Paulding provide the opportunity in which former and current alcohol users can discuss freely and learn from each other. These meetings follow a carefully sculpted 12 step approach that can be customized to be a perfect fit for each and every member. But unlike the 12 step approach the 12 traditions are alike everywhere and are defined in the big book: the main governing literature of Alcoholics Anonymous. In our AA community many have be able to achieve sobriety and help others do the same. We try our best to create a safe platform where alcohol users can learn from their mistakes and grow.
Paulding, Ohio AA Meetings
- Please note that AA meeting locations and times tend to change often and quickly, so always check before assuming these times are accurate.
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