Mt. Lebanon, Pennsylvania AA Meetings

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Located in Pennsylvania, Mount Lebanon is a suburb borough with a small population. Although it has a smaller ratio of alcohol abuse than the rest of Pennsylvania state, it is still a health risk factor that should be taken seriously. AA meetings in Mount Lebanon offer a support system to guide to sobriety and maintain that state. As with all alcoholics anonymous Pennsylvania and the world meetings it also gives the opportunity to give back to others what the fellowship has given to them. AA meetings in Mount Wolf have two distinct types, which are open meeting and closed meeting. Open meeting of AA can be attended by anyone who wants to participate, and also friends, family and children also can attend to offer moral support. Closed AA meetings is only for those with Alcohol use disorder (AUD) and want to stop. Under those types of meetings various autonomous meetings exist that vary in the format they carry out the meetings. These formats include meditations, big book, traditions, step study and AA literature meetings. Mutual support groups such as AA Mount Lebanon coupled with treatment from health professionals can provide for a better success rate in beating alcohol abuse and living in sober environment.

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