Silverton, Oregon AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Silverton, Oregon to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Oregon includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

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Find AA meetings in Silverton, Oregon

Alcohol addiction can destroy careers, relationships and break certain societal standards. It has become a crucial problem and it’s time it gets the proper attention. Alcoholics Anonymous is a nonprofit organization that helps people recover from alcohol use disorder by providing several recovery programs. For the past couple of decades, Alcoholics Anonymous has been able to show enormous success by having millions of members all over the world. AA Oregon has organized recovery programs available to anyone struggling with alcohol addiction and wants to become a member. Membership at Alcoholics Anonymous is open to anyone regardless of their race, gender or religion. AA meetings in Silverton provide carefully planned 12 Steps and guideline meetings as well as open meetings, where members can talk about their experiences dealing with addiction to alcohol. AA encourages its members to pair with a sponsor once they join the program. This is a person who can mentor them and show support. Alcoholics Anonymous advocates that its members have a certain higher power of their own belief that they can pray to or meditate daily. AA believes that this can help them in gaining spiritual and moral strength in their battles against alcohol use disorder. Don’t wait till it’s too late, join AA while you can.

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