Ingram, Texas AA Meetings

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A city in Kerr County, Texas, Ingram is one of many cities in America that has Alcoholics Anonymous meeting points to offer support for its residents who need help for their alcohol addiction. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings are therapeutic sessions for people who are suffering from alcohol dependency. It is a global support-based fellowship with the main objective of helping its members achieve sobriety. AA meetings offer a platform for people to share their addiction stories as well as learn from others who are also struggling with alcohol addiction. This provides a kinship of common suffering for members who gain comfort and confidence in knowing they are not alone in their struggles with alcohol. AA meetings are non-discriminatory, non-religious, nonprofessional, and apolitical. The only requirement to attend is a desire to stop drinking. Individuals who do not have any drinking problems can also attend ‘open meetings’ as observers while “closed meetings” are strictly for people who need help with their drinking problems. AA utilizes a 12 Steps program that encourages members to first admit that they cannot control their addiction, then examines their past errors, before making amends for them, and learning to live a new, healthier lifestyle. Our directory lists all AA Texas meetings including AA meetings in Ingram.

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