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“A.A. has allowed me to finally feel accepted. Everyone in these rooms have been exactly where I have been, and help me through struggles rather than judge me. If not for A.A., I would still feel lost.”
- 6 Months of Sobriety
“I had no idea what to expect when I walked into my first A.A. meeting, but I am so grateful that I did. This program has been truly life-changing for me, staying sober is just the tip of the iceberg. I’m finally learning to live an honest and authentic life. Desperation brought me through the door, but what keeps me coming back is the fellowship, and the fact that it works when nothing else did.”
– 8 Months of Sobriety
“A.A. has opened my eyes to a new way of living that is more fulfilling than I could’ve ever imagined. The feeling of being welcome was almost overpowering and is one of the main reasons I keep coming back. The lifelong friendships I have made in here will continue to be a positive impact on my life.”
– 18 Months of Sobriety
“I spent 37 years involved in Alcohol and Drugs. Both A.A. and Sobriety have saved my Life. Going to meetings help me take a look at how I am living my life, and how I react to other people and situations.”
– 10 Years of Sobriety
“A.A. has given me a life. A.A. is my life.”
- 48 Years of Sobriety