Find AA Meetings in Federal Way, Washington

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Federal Way, Washington AA meetings

Situated in King County, Washington State, Federal Way consists of a large number of individuals who are struggling with alcohol addiction. Addiction to alcohol is known to have negative impact on many areas of a person’s life. This is why it is important to attend to this issue urgently. Alcoholic Anonymous is a non-profit fellowship that was founded in 1935. The founders wanted to form this community because they themselves face and overcame alcohol addiction. By the early 21st century, Alcoholics Anonymous was able to show enormous success with having millions of members all over the world. Alcoholics Anonymous Washington State is available to any individual who is ready and devoted to overcoming alcohol addiction and regaining sobriety. These meetings are for anyone who is affected by alcohol addiction regardless of their race, gender and ethnicity. AA meetings aim to resolve the damages caused by alcohol addiction. To achieve these goals, Alcoholics Anonymous Washington State regularly holds meetings. AA meeting in Federal Way WA follow a carefully planned 12 step approach that can be modified to fit each individual’s needs. However, 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 members are not only able to achieve sobriety themselves, but also often go on to help others do the same.

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