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Find AA meetings in Aloha, Oregon
Many factors increase the risk of a person developing alcohol use disorder. The effects of regular binge drinking and heavy alcohol usage can accumulate, leading a person to AUD. Drinking at an early age is also another factor. Studies have shown that people who started drinking as early as 15 years old are five times as likely to have AUD compared to a person who started drinking much later. Genetics can influence a person’s probability of developing AUD like any other chronic health disease. Additionally, a person’s parents’ drinking patterns can affect the likelihood of getting diagnosed with AUD. Mental illness is one more factor that is associated with an increased risk of AUD and many mental conditions coexist with AUD. If any of these circumstances apply to you, then it may be time to consider treatment. Alcoholics Anonymous is a mutual support group that is attended by people who are seeking treatment for AUD. If you are looking for AA meetings, Aloha Oregon is one of the places you can find them. This unincorporated community is found in Washington County, Oregon, somewhat west of downtown Portland, between the cities of Beaverton and Hillsboro. The AA website lists all the places where you can find AA Oregon meetings. Visit one of these meetings and get treatment today.