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We’re excited to connect people with AA meetings all over the country. We are still working tirelessly to have the most up-to-date information for you or your loved ones in order to help them conquer their addictions. To find an AA meeting in a specific state, pick it from the drop-down menu.
AA (Alcoholics Anonymous) is an international mutual aid organization that helps people resolve alcoholic addictions in a variety of languages and cultures. AA’s program encompasses more than just abstaining from alcohol. Its aim is to cause enough mental change in the addict to “bring about recovery from alcoholism” through “an entire psychic change,” or spiritual awakening.
Recovery is provided to AA members through a twelve-step program that includes community meetings. There are no limitations on membership based on social, religious, economic, racial, cultural, national, gender, or class status. There are no meeting dues or fees; however, some people donate to meetings to help offset the costs of renting facility space.
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The Target of Al-Anon
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To assist families and friends of alcoholics in recovering from the consequences of living with a family or acquaintance who has a drinking problem. Similarly, Alateen is our young people’s rehabilitation program. Members of Al-Anon fund Alateen parties. Our treatment program is based on the Twelve Steps, Twelve Traditions, and Twelve Concepts of Service of Alcoholics Anonymous. The only criterion for membership is that a family or acquaintance has an alcoholism problem. If the addict is still intoxicated or not, Al-Anon/Alateen provides hope and recovery to everyone who has been affected by a loved one’s or friend’s alcoholism. Al-Anon/Alateen is not associated with any other group or organization. Please fill out the form below to obtain a: Packet for Newcomers
• Intended for alcoholics’ families and friends.
• Is a distinct fellowship from Alcoholics Anonymous (AA).• Al-Anon is based on the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions derived from AA.
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Psychotherapy patients often participate in problematic addictive habits (substances or activities). These clients also benefit from mutual support groups in addition to counseling. Alcoholics Anonymous is the most well-known and accessible organization (AA). There are some dozen other 12-step groups (e.g., Narcotics Anonymous, Cocaine Anonymous) that are similar to Narcotics Anonymous. This article offers basic information about SMART Rehabilitation, another commonly available choice in San Diego.
The easiest way to select mutual support meetings is to join a few and then choose the ones that are most likely to be beneficial. Since 12-step sessions are readily available, they are often recommended, often to the exclusion of other alternatives. Many clients are open to joining a mutual aid program, but not 12-step sessions. The 12-step treatment program is based around having a confidence in a higher power, and meetings are not conversational, according to popular objections.
However, there are many benefits of attending 12-step meetings in general and AA in particular. The broad informal 12-step group, the availability of a “sponsor” who can direct a beginner through the process of using the 12-step approach, and the now scientifically proven effectiveness of attending AA meetings directly, if the person is able to attend regularly and interact with the AA community, are just a few of the benefits (Kelly, 2017). It’s worthwhile to look over the client’s objections to attending 12-step meetings to see if they can be resolved. Many clients, however, would continue to refuse to attend 12-step sessions. Other classes, luckily, are available.
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Clubhouse for people in rehab. The center holds groups for Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA), Dual Treatment Anonymous (DRA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), and Overeaters Anonymous (OA). 3500 East Colorado Boulevard, Suite 103
Meetings of Al-Anon, Clutterers Anonymous (CLA), COSA, Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA), Debtors Anonymous (DA), Eating Disorders Anonymous (EDA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), Nicotine Anonymous (NicA), Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA), & Sexaholics Anonymous (SA).
1748 (415) 255-7903. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA), Al-Anon, Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA), Debtors Anonymous (DA), Overeaters Anonymous (OA), Sex Addicts Anonymous (SAA), and Sex & Love Addicts Anonymous (SLAA) meetings are conducted throughout the marketplace. 4058 (415) 552-6102. 18th century
Meetings of Al-Anon, Co-Dependents Anonymous (CoDA), Crystal Meth Anonymous (CMA), Gamblers Anonymous (GA), Marijuana Anonymous (MA), Narcotics Anonymous (NA), Sexaholics Anonymous (SA), Sexual Compulsives Anonymous (SCA), Sexaholics Anonymous (SA), Sexual Compulsives Anonymous (SCA), and Underearners Anonymous (UA). 1730 Monroe, (619) 298-8008.