Alcoholics Anonymous is a fellowship of alcoholics, regardless of gender, age, and race. It is concerned mainly with the personal recovery and continued sobriety of its members who turn to the group for help. AA does not engage in any form of research, though the participants may choose to join in such activities as individuals. In AA meetings, they advocate cooperation but no affiliation with other organizations. They do not accept financial support from outside sources. A usual AA meeting involves discussion and sharing. Everyone takes his or her own turn to share experiences, fears, and hope.
This is for everyone who has a strong will to quit drinking alcohol. In Denver, Colorado, there are a total of 226 meetings being conducted on a weekly basis. Their most common group names include AWOL, Down Patrol, Grupo El Principio, and many more. Find out if AA meeting is for you. The only way to know is to give it a try. Get help and support from others struggling with the same issue. It could help you stay sober.
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