Find AA meetings in Austin, Texas to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Texas 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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Austin, Texas AA meetings
Austin is the state capital of Texas found in Travis County. AA meetings Austin are held to help its residents that are dealing with Alcohol use disorder. The symptoms exhibited by a person with AUD includes being easily irritated or annoyed when you are not drinking, getting a strong craving to drink at all times, not being able to control the amount you drink, trying but failing to quit drinking, and continuing to drink in inappropriate or dangerous situations. Another key sign of a person with AUD is the continued use of alcohol even though it’s causing serious health issues both physical and mental. This habit also results in personal, professional, and interpersonal troubles. Alcohol can get in the way of important obligations at work, school, and at home and this can cause friction between the individual and those around them possibly resulting in the loss of an important relationship. AA Texas has shown positive results in dealing with AUD for its residents. AA meetings offer the platform for each member to share their struggles by connecting the people going through a similar journey. They help their members come up with a plan that will lead to their sobriety and improved life. This cycle is continuous because once a person starts the process of sobriety a follow-up is required to make sure they stay on track.
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