Edgewood, located in Pierce County, Washington State, is a city full of individuals who are affected by alcohol abuse, on a day-to-day basis. Some may be impacted by seeing someone close to them exhibit severe signs and symptoms of alcohol addiction. Alcoholics Anonymous Washington State is one of the many notable branches of Alcoholics Anonymous that give a great deal of support to members who are trying to become and stay sober. A volunteer based fellowship of men and women, Alcoholic Anonymous (AA) enables its members to share their common experiences and feel supporting in abstaining from alcohol. AA apparently meets deep-seated needs among its members. It enables members to relate with kindred spirits who value one another, and it helps accept the condition of alcohol addiction. It also helps them to depend without shame or stigma on others. AA meetings in Edgewood follow the 12 Steps, a nonsectarian spiritual program that includes reliance on God or any higher power as understood by each individual, to help avoid relapses into drinking. These meetings have assisted countless people achieve their goal of sobriety. To attend one of these meetings you can easily go to our website and see our schedule, or call our office if you have any additional questions.
Edgewood, Washington AA Meetings
- Please note that AA meeting locations and times tend to change often and quickly, so always check before assuming these times are accurate.
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