Find AA Meetings in Clyde Hill, Washington

Find AA meetings in Clyde Hill, Washington to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Washington includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

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Clyde Hill, Washington AA meetings

Clyde Hill, a city located in King County, Washington, United States, is full of individuals who are affected by and are in recovery from alcohol addiction. Alcohol addiction not only affects the immediate individual, but also those close to the individual. Alcoholics Anonymous Washington State is one of many well-known communities of Alcoholics Anonymous that prioritizes supporting people in recovery and helping them regain sobriety. An international, nonprofit fellowship of men and women found in more than 150 countries, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) creates an amazing cooperative environment where members can share their hardest struggles and get support for the challenges of recovery. AA practices community interventions that focus on strengthening faith, nurturing one’s potential and mending relationships. AA meetings in Clyde Hill follow the 12 Step approach, a set of directives put forth by Dr. Bob Smith and Bill Wilson so that members could keep track of their progress, and that of others. These AA meetings are important because they make it possible for members to learn from each other, share their struggles and develop a sense of responsibility. AA meetings are available to adults, regardless of age, gender or religion. To attend one of these meetings you can give us a phone call using our service number or go to our website to find the scheduled meetings and signup.

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