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The closest AA meeting to you is 5. If you can't find a meeting close to you at the time you're looking for, we recommend checking out nearby towns including: SpartaWarsawJonesvilleand Florence. A meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous is a place to spread a message of strength, hope and courage to other alcoholics. This is a safe place for a person wanting to get sober to come in and ask for help.
These meetings in Glencoe, KY will help them build a support system to help guide them to sobriety. You will be invited in by your peers that have all lived and survived from alcoholism.
Their ability to maintain a sober life is dependent on helping others and giving back to others the support that they received. Before selecting the meeting that you are going to attend, it is helpful to know the different types of AA meetings and what happens at each one. You do not have to have an drinking problem to go to an open Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting.
Friends, family, and children can attend these meetings. It is not open to friends or family. Big Book Meeting - At these meetings, a member will usually read out of the Big Book and follow the reading with a discussion amongst its members.
Speaker Meeting - At an AA speaker meeting, a member of AA will tell their story and share their experience, strength, and hope with fellow members of AA. The speaker may or may not take up all of the time and can often be followed by a discussion amongst the members. AA Literature Meeting - A literature meeting usually revolves around reading from one of the AA approved pieces of literature and can often be followed by a discussion amongst the members or a speaker about the literature of topic.
Step Study - An AA step study usually focuses on a specific step or 2 per meeting. This can involve a speaker lead discussion about a particular step, literature reading, and may or may not be followed by a discussion about the step s.
Meditation Meeting - A Meditation Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting can involve internal contemplation for a portion of the meeting or even the entire meeting. The meditation may be guided and is sometimes followed by an open conversation.
This can be done with a speaker, literature lead, and may or may not be followed by a dialogue. Since each Glencoe AA meeting is autonomous, they are able to run each meeting as they see fit. Some meeting formats may vary and you can also find AA meetings in Glencoe that do not. The most successful members of AA tend to find success through getting involved in the program. For people who are attending their first AA meeting and really want to get sober, we recommend following the suggestions of the AA members that have successfully stayed sober for sometime.
It is smart to reach your hand out and accept help. Part of not drinking is helping the new people of AA in Glencoe maintain their sobriety, so people are going to be want to help you not drink too. Raise your hand, introduce yourself, admit that you need help.
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Below is a comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Glencoe, Kentucky. Independence 3L Group St. Cecelia School basement Closed, Discussion Phoenix Group Crossro Church Open Rebellion Dogs Group St. Sweet Owen Group Owen Co. Library Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access Williamstown Happy Hour St. Generations Independence Generations Literature, Open Eye Opener Too Group St. Paul's Church Big Book, OpenI need someone who make me Glencoe Kentucky
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