Duvall, Washington AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Duvall, 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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Find AA meetings in Duvall, Washington

Situated in King County, Washington, United States, Duvall consists of a large number of citizens who are impacted by alcohol addiction. Addiction to alcohol is known to negatively impact lives, families and relationships. This is why it is essential to address alcohol addiction and help people regain their sobriety so they can live healthier lives. Alcoholic Anonymous helps do just that. It is a non-profit fellowship founded by individuals who were once addicted to alcohol themselves. By the early 21st century Alcoholic Anonymous was able to show great success by having millions of members all over the world. Alcoholics Anonymous is open to any user who is willing turn his or her life around. AA reaches out to anyone who is affected by alcohol addiction regardless of an individual’s race, gender and ethnicity. It aims to address the damages caused by alcohol addiction either directly to the person addicted or people close to the individual. To achieve this goal, Alcoholics Anonymous Washington State frequently holds AA meetings. AA meetings in Duvall are like support groups in which many former and current people in recovery share their struggles, converse about it and find solutions for it together. These meetings follow a carefully planned, 12 step approach to fit each individual. But unlike the 12 step approach, the 12 traditions are similar everywhere and are defined in the big book- the main governing literature of Alcoholics Anonymous. Many who are members are not only able to achieve sobriety but have played a big part in helping someone else achieve sobriety too.

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