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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
12:00 PM Having Fun Yet Group Having Fun Yet Group -- Nebraska City 1102 S 10th St Nebraska City Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:00 PM Maryville Starting Over First Presbyterian Church Online 211 S Main St Maryville English
7:00 PM Came to Believe 255305 303 Walnut St Shenandoah English
8:00 PM T.G.I.W. Group T.G.I.W. Group -- Nebraska City 2400 Central Ave Nebraska City Discussion   English   Open Meeting

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Rock Port, Missouri AA Meetings

Rock Port is a city in Missouri with a tiny population of a couple thousand. A percentage of its small community is struggling with a dependency on alcohol. The city has implemented Alcohol Anonymous for its residents to get assistance with their alcohol dependency. Alcohol Anonymous (AA) is one of the more effective group support treatments for alcohol addiction. Its meetings are led by individuals that were addicted to alcohol but overcame the illness and have remained sober for many years. These senior members are dedicated to assisting newer members with their alcohol dependency, providing one on one support. These fellowship counselors are called “sponsors” in AA. They serve as mentors to new members. The “helper principle” is a basic healing component of AA’s 12-Steps process. The popular 12-Steps, which encourages responsibility and accountability, motivates its members to make amends for past mistakes they are accountable for in their lives. It is highly revered around the world as a very effective alcohol addiction treatment technique. Senior members are one of the most important elements of the 12-Steps. If you reside in Rock Port, you can receive help for your alcohol dependency by joining AA meetings in Rock Port. You can locate these among a number of AA meetings Missouri on AlcoholicsAnonymous.com.

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