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Find AA meetings in Woodford, Vermont
Woodford is a town in the southern region of Bennington County, Vermont. If you live or work in Bennington County and are searching for an addiction recovery program, you may want to take a look at our online directory of AA meetings in Woodford. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a program for anyone who desires to quit drinking and using other substances that involve taking action. The action steps refer to working the 12-Steps of AA, getting a sponsor—a type of AA mentor—going to AA meetings, and volunteering. The primary text used in AA is “Alcoholics Anonymous: The Story of How More Than One Hundred Men Have Recovered from Alcoholism.” This text is referred to as “The Big Book.” The Big Book contains a collection of stories written by the founders and other AA members about their recovery. Also included in the Big Book are directions on employing the 12-Steps, integrating them into day-to day-life. Working the Steps is one way AA members take what is referred to in the program as the “right action.” The 12-Steps are said to lead to a spiritual awakening, described as having a new perspective, attitude, and outlook on your life and recovery. According to the AA founders, this change is fundamental to a person’s recovery. If you have questions about our online AA meeting VT directory, or would like information on other alcohol treatment facilities (such as inpatient or outpatient rehab), contact one of our friendly treatment specialists today. We can help.