Rush Springs, Oklahoma AA Meetings

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Rush Springs, promoted as the “Watermelon Capital of the World,” is a town in Grady County, Oklahoma. To reach out to more locals battling AUD, AA Oklahoma has established support groups in different parts of Rush Springs. These support groups made up of individuals at different recovery stages and from different walks of life, leverage peers’ support and guidance in managing AUD. AA meetings in Rush Springs provide an excellent platform for affected residents to interact, learn from and motivate each other. The 12 steps approach applied in AA meetings in Rush Springs equips members with practical tools and techniques for managing the condition. AA meetings can be open or closed, gender-specific, big book, candlelight, beginner, or spiritual. In open meetings, non-members are invited to show their support and learn more about the dynamics of AUD recovery. These meetings, which are usually speaker meetings, help non-members understand the struggles that AUD patients go through and enlighten them on caring for affected locals in their circle. The meetings you attend and how often you attend them are all up to you. You can locate any of the meetings AA Oklahoma organizes using the directory on this site. Our specialists can also help you find treatment facilities near you.

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