Home to Mount Mansfield—the highest peak in the state—Underhill, Vermont is a town in Chittenden County. If you live with alcohol addiction, you may consider a number of external supports while in recovery. Many individuals start treatment for alcohol addiction in a medical or rehab center, but you can also begin your recovery journey in Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings. AA meetings in Underhill are one of the most accessible addiction recovery services because meetings are free, do not require a diagnosis or insurance coverage, and are open to anyone who has a desire to stop using alcohol even if they are not yet sober. Many individuals attend AA meetings as part of a broader treatment plan because these meetings provide unique peer support that differs from the clinical support you may receive elsewhere. In an AA meeting, every individual—including the facilitator—has personal experience with alcohol addiction recovery. These meetings are built on principles that have helped individuals with alcohol addiction—including the founders of AA—achieve long-term recovery since the 1930s. Because AA meetings are available at many times of day in most places, they are also compatible with many treatment programs and daily schedules. Find upcoming AA meetings VT in the directory to begin attending.
Underhill, Vermont AA Meetings
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