Johnson City is the hometown of former President of the United States Lyndon B. Johnson. It was actually founded by his great-uncle, James Polk Johnson. The city, which is located in Blanco County, Texas, has a tiny population a portion of which has a dependency on alcohol. Those who have overcome alcohol addiction knows how difficult it is to escape the clutches of alcohol addiction without a strong support base. In addition to a lot of self-discipline, courage, determination, and medication, it takes a lot of support. Group support therapy such as Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) provides a level of support that is hard to find elsewhere. This support as well as insights gained from senior members at AA meetings can prove to be of significant value on the road to recovery. The one-on-one interaction with persons who are dealing with similar struggles provides a source of hope that loved ones who have not experienced the addiction journey are just not able to provide. Also, the fellowship at AA meetings can increase members’ desire to overcome alcohol addiction and achieve sobriety. AA meetings in Johnson City are free to attend and have no bias towards religion, race, age, gender, or nationality. Residents of Johnson City can find these meetings on AlcoholicsAnonymous.com. The directory is frequently updated and also lists AA Texas meetings from other areas in the state of Texas.
Johnson City, Texas AA Meetings
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