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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
12:00 PM Byers Street Group Byers Street Group 159 W Main St Batesville Closed Meeting   English
6:00 PM West Plains Group All Saints Episcopal (The Red Door) 107 S Curry St West Plains Closed Meeting   English
6:00 PM YANA YANA 116 Jefferson St Mountain View Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Village Group Village Group 8 Steve A Rose Trail Cherokee Village English   Literature   Open Meeting
8:00 PM Pocahontas Group Pocahontas Group 1004 Prince St Pocahontas English   Open Meeting
8:00 PM MO-ARK Group St Pauls UMC 111 MO-19 Thayer Closed Meeting   English

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Ash Flat, Arkansas AA Meetings

Despite being located in the state’s Ozarks Region (Ozark Mountains), there are several residents of Ash Flat who are suffering from alcohol use disorder. The city in Fulton and Sharp counties, Arkansas, has put in place Alcoholics Anonymous programs that offer expert assistance to people with an alcohol dependency. Alcohol use disorder, or AUD, is a medical condition where people have a hard time handling their alcohol intake. Heavy and regular alcohol consumption over time increases the risk of AUD. There are several evidence-based treatment options for AUD to select from. Treatment for AUD can be outpatient, inpatient, or a combination of both. A mix of behavioral therapies and/or mutual-support therapy is thought to be the most effective approach. One of the most effective and most reliable mutual-support groups is Alcoholics Anonymous. Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, provides strong peer support for people who have an alcohol reliance. Its one-hour therapy sessions called AA meetings, provide a stage for people who are looking for help with alcohol addiction to share their experiences with, and viewpoints on subjects surrounding the disease. Residents of Ash Flat with an alcohol reliance get plenty of chances to do so by participating in AA meetings in Ash Flat. Info on these meetings can be found amongst a group of Arkansas AA meetings that are listed on

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