Find AA Meetings in Dayton, Washington

Find AA meetings in Dayton, 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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Dayton, Washington AA meetings

Dayton, found in Columbia County, Washington State is a city full of many individuals who are affected daily by alcohol addiction. They might be affected by being addicted to alcohol themselves or by seeing someone close to them struggle with addiction. Alcoholics Anonymous Washington State is one of the many successful communities of the Alcoholics Anonymous that are dedicated to giving support to anyone seeking to quit drinking. Being a nonprofit fellowship of men and women, Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) provides a platform where members share their stories and struggles with alcohol abuse and regaining sobriety. It enables members to bond with others going through the same struggles. Members can also help each other in abstaining from further alcohol use. AA does its best to meet each and every member’s needs by holding regular meetings aimed at keeping up with members’ progress. Meetings help attendees understand that alcohol addiction is a disease that can be cured. AA meetings in Dayton follow the 12 Steps, a spiritual program that involves acknowledging to oneself and others your wrongdoings, making amends with people you have hurt and making an unwavering commitment to abstain from alcohol and avoid relapse. These steps can be revisited and revised until a member reaches their sobriety goals. AA meetings are responsible for the sobriety of countless people. To attend one of these meetings you can easily go to our website or call our service number to sign up.

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