Harker Heights, Texas AA Meetings

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Find AA meetings in Harker Heights, Texas

Harker Heights, the third-largest city in Bell County, Texas, has AA meetings Harker Heights TX in place for its residents who need help with their drinking problems. Alcoholics Anonymous or AA is a program that provides peer support to people who are dependent on alcohol. The guiding principles of AA are the 12 Steps/Traditions method which establishes guidelines on best practices to overcome an addiction to alcohol. This popular method encourages AA members to be accountable and responsible. Although it is not religious, it encourages members to connect with a higher power and strive for a spiritual transformation through prayer and meditation. The 12 Traditions are aimed at AA as a group, unlike the 12 Steps, which are focused on the individual. The traditions are defined in detail inside the “Big Book,” which acts as AA’s main governing literature. Many other addiction support groups have adopted the steps to their own needs. Most of these support groups that utilize the 12 Steps also adopts the 12 Traditions as well. If you live in Harker Heights and is struggling with alcohol addiction you can find help on AlcoholicsAnonymous.com. The directory groups AA Texas meetings including AA meetings Harker Heights TX. The website has the most up to date information on AA meetings.

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