Coming out of rehab is like a new beginning for exiting clients. Still, there’s a big mountain for them to climb if the want to maintain sobriety. In that endeavor, 12-Step programs like Alcoholics Anonymous should be considered a great resource to help the recovering addiction sufferer stay on the road to recovery. Alcoholics Anonymous or AA is an international fellowship of men and women who have one common goal, stop drinking and never drink again.
Membership is free, though members can make voluntary contributions, which are used to pay meeting room costs and provide free literature for members. As indicated, AA is an international organization with its primary headquarters in the US. There are literally tens of thousands of meetings being help every week in almost every country where drinking is legal. In the US, there are thousands of available meetings available for people who want/need to attend.
Meetings can include as few as three people while some meetings in larger cities can have upwards of hundreds of participating members on any given night. If you have a drinking problem and live in Indiana, you might be wondering where you can find a meeting in your local area. Let us address that for you.
Are There Daily AA Meetings in Every Town in Indiana?
Like any other state in America, Indiana has its fair share of big cities and little towns. For residents in larger cities like Indianapolis, South Bend, and Evansville, it’s very easy to find an AA meeting almost any night during the week. In smaller cities, it can be a challenge to find a AA meeting in close proximity. The answer to the title question is no, there aren’t daily AA meetings in every town in Indiana.
That’s the bad news. The good news is you likely live close enough to a cluster of cities that a meeting any day of the week might not be more than a 15-20 minute drive away. That would be a small price to pay to protect your sobriety. There is another alternative. As a member of AA, you always have the option of starting your own meetings in your own town. What we do know is the country is filled with people who need help and support. With a little initiative, you could be the one to bring AA into your own community and help yourself by helping others.
If you have a drinking problem, please call us at 855-807-4673. Let’s get you into recovery and give you a reason to go in search of AA.