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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
10:00 AM Serenity Seekers Women's Group Serenity Seekers Group -- McCook 709 W 2nd St McCook Closed Meeting   Daily Reflections   English +   Wheelchair Access   Women's Meeting
7:30 PM Fri and Sat Night Alive Group Fri and Sat Night Alive Group -- McCook 709 W 2nd St McCook Discussion   English   Open Meeting

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McCook, Nebraska AA Meetings

McCook is a city in Red Willow County, Nebraska. To help the residents of McCook with alcohol use disorder there are AA meetings in McCook that can be attended. Alcohol use disorder, or AUD, is a medical condition relating to the excessive and continuous use of alcohol. It is diagnosed by a medical professional based on different factors. There are several options that can be used to treat AUD. An informal avenue, but historically effective nonetheless, is Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA. AA frequently hosts community gatherings where people with AUD meet and provide support to each other. AA meetings follow the tenets of the famous 12-steps program. Each participant is encouraged to “work” the steps and fully integrate each into their lives before moving on to the next. AA’s governing literature, “The Big Book”, explains the steps in detail. “The Big Book” also contains other significant information that helps people with alcohol use disorder find and maintain sobriety. The book, considered AA’s bible, also stores information that is dedicated to family, friends, and employers of people with alcohol use disorder as well. If you are interested in attending AA meetings in McCook, you can find location information within our directory. If you are looking for formal rehab options outside of AA meetings in Nebraska, contact our specialists today.

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