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Alamo/McCallen, Texas AA meetings
Alcoholics Anonymous has successfully been helping people stop drinking since 1935. AA Alamo is a great place to begin your recovery, and finding meetings in Alamo, Texas, is easy when you use our online directory. There are various meeting options, and membership is free of dues or other charges; the only requirement is a desire to stop drinking. The meeting for you might be a women’s or men’s group, an LGBT group, a meeting for beginners, or other meetings. Meetings are an indispensable part of recovery because you work with others who share their recovery stories and invite you to do the same. If you are new to AA, you may wish to listen at first.
AA meetings use the reliable Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous as the guide to sobriety. Many meetings work the 12 Steps of AA, a self-improvement program, but some meetings rely on experienced speakers, those with years of sobriety who inspire members, or other supports. Members of AA rely on the principle of anonymity and fellowship to support one another.
Some folks find it essential to begin their recovery by participating in a detoxification program. A detox may be done in an inpatient facility or outpatient program; there are several kinds of programs available to assist you. You may find more information about AA Texas in our online directory or call and speak with a specialist to find a treatment program that is right for you.