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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
12:00 PM High Noon Group High Noon Group 915 McClure Ln Mountain Home Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM YANA YANA 116 Jefferson St Mountain View Big Book   Closed Meeting   English
7:00 PM Salem Serenity Group Salem Cumberland Presbyterian Church 1189 AR-9 Salem Closed Meeting   English

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Mountain Home, Arkansas AA Meetings

Mountain Home, located in the beautiful Ozark Mountains, is the county seat city of Baxter County and home to splendid golf courses, beautiful water resorts, and amazing scenery. Several residents here battle alcohol use disorders and other alcohol-related ailments. However, locals can now begin working towards recovery with the help of AA meetings in Mountain Home. These meetings are non-discriminatory fellowships of people who want to quit alcohol intake and cultivate healthier, more productive lifestyle habits. Alcoholics Anonymous has guided thousands of people to sobriety from alcohol, and many more have begun their recovery journey thanks to AA’s programs, interventions, and outreaches. During meetings, participants receive counseling and undergo comprehensive therapy sessions. Therapy can either be open type or closed (private) sessions. AA’s 12-step approach is a guideline for participants, and following the outlined techniques has helped them achieve significant improvements. Alcohol addiction treatment programs usually include detoxification, medications, behavioral therapy, medical counseling sessions, oral medications for health complications arising from alcohol use, and medical observations. Our specialists offer on-call support and can match you with rehab centers and alcohol detox centers within Mountain Home. To get started, go through the directory on alcoholicsanonymous.com and find Arkansas AA meetings close to your neighborhood.

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