Newkirk, Oklahoma AA Meetings

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Residents of Newkirk- a city in and the county seat of Kay County- have easy access to the support services AA renders, thanks to the numerous AA meetings in Newkirk. AA Oklahoma organizes these meetings so that residents diagnosed with AUD have a platform to meet to talk about their experiences with addiction, receive peer support, and rub minds with people who are familiar with the challenges unique to combating AUD. These meetings are structured around the 12-steps program- a series of steps that lead members on a journey of self-evaluation and retrospection, teaching them unique practices and strategies that facilitate sobriety. AA Oklahoma also encourages new members to get a sponsor. This sponsor (usually an old member who has made noteworthy progress) becomes personally invested in the new member’s progress, causing the new member to be accountable to him. This concept promotes accountability and allows the new member to share things he would be uncomfortable sharing with a larger audience. AA meetings may be attended alone or as an added recovery measure when undergoing treatment. You can locate any of the meetings AA Oklahoma holds across town using the online directory or call our specialists for information on rehab centers around.

Where do calls go?

Calls to numbers on a specific treatment center listing will be routed to that treatment center. Additional calls will also be forwarded and returned by one of our treatment partners below.

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