Home to Penn State University, State College is an area in central Pennsylvania. This small city has a few people affected by alcohol addiction. Alcohol Addiction affects people’s lives and livelihood, it also affects relationships, families, and the economy. People will need help to overcome alcohol use disorder, and aa meetings in State College is a source of that assistance. Alcoholics Anonymous Pennsylvania is part of a global database created in 1935 and has constantly been updated with cities and villages. AA Pennsylvania meetings are operated by an individual with past alcohol addiction, they use their story to educate and inspire people currently facing the addiction. These stories will resonate and give people the power they need to work towards being free from alcoholism. These aa meetings are delivered in several ways to meet unique individual needs. Meetings such as spiritual focus, men’s or women’s meetings, small or large group meetings. These are delivered in a warm and friendly atmosphere. The 12-step approach is the main treatment at the aa meetings. This has a high success rate and a track record to achieve freedom from alcoholism. Other treatments are detoxing inpatient facility, and counseling therapies. These meetings are free to attend and are very accessible. Once people commit to the program, addiction recovery can be attained.
State College, Pennsylvania AA Meetings
- Please note that AA meeting locations and times tend to change often and quickly, so always check before assuming these times are accurate.
- Do you have new information about an AA meeting? Please let us know!