Alcoholics Anonymous was founded in 1935 by two friends with alcohol use disorder who discovered that discussing their condition facilitated their recovery process. Since then, the AA community has helped many individuals suffering from AUD using the 12-steps program. To expand their reach, AA Oklahoma- the regional chapter of AA- has several support group meetings in Duncan- the county seat of Stephen’s County, Oklahoma. Thanks to these meetings, affected locals now have easier access to recovery guidance, as well as the support AA offers its members. AA meetings may be attended alone or can be combined with conventional treatment methods such as detoxification and behavioral therapy. You can also participate in AA meetings as an after-care measure following the completion of a treatment program. Treatment programs vary; you can call our specialists for information on the ones available in your community. AA meetings in Duncan are characterized by a warm and friendly atmosphere where members can freely voice their opinions, fears, and challenges concerning recovery. The AA community comprises persons from all walks of life who are familiar with the struggles peculiar to alcohol use disorder and are dedicated to helping one another achieve long-term sobriety. Join the AA community today by walking into any of the meetings listed in the directory.
Duncan, Oklahoma 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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