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💻 Alcoholics Anonymous goes online!

💻 Alcoholics Anonymous goes online!

Has lock-down made you aware of a need to do something about your drinking? Maybe it's an ideal time to get in touch with Alcoholics Anonymous?

If you have an addictive personality then boozing is losing. It can develop into a deadly illness that harms not only you but anyone else unfortunate enough to be around you. But the good news is, something can be done about it! You are not alone.

Many 12 Step recovery meetings are available digitally for both newcomers and old timers wanting to share experience, strength and hope with each other during this difficult time.

Many groups in the community are also turning to the internet to continue their activities and stay in touch. Local alcoholics in recovery are no different.

👥 45 Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meetings are usually held weekly in the Axminster, Crewkerne and Yeovil areas but they have had to stop temporarily due to the COVID-19 crisis, so the organisation has had to adapt so members are able to continue their recovery. The majority of groups have turned to Zoom, Skype and other online platforms to hold their weekly meetings.

These online meetings provide a lifeline for recovering alcoholics during the lockdown as members continue to lean on each other for support and use the 12 Steps and the tools of recovery to help them through uncertain times.

To get in touch:
💬 Use the 'chat now' facility on the website
📞 01202 296000 (local)
📞 0800 9177 650 (national)

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