AA and NA Meetings in Holiday

Support groups are key in addiction recovery with the hope and encouragement they offer. For those suffering from drug or alcohol addiction, a support group can an essential part of getting and staying on a path of sobriety.

Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) and Narcotics Anonymous (NA) are well-known organizations for helping those struggling with addiction. The meetings are a place where members share personal experience, provide encouragement and offer and receive support in a safe, nonjudgmental environment. Holiday, Florida AA meetings and NA meetings offer this safe haven of support under the guidance of licensed counselors or experienced leaders throughout the area.

Programs in addiction treatment centers in Holiday offer AA and NA meetings, but there are also plenty of standalone ones in and around Holiday. This is a place for those seeking release from their alcoholism or narcotics addiction and a path of long-term healing.

AA Meetings in Holiday, Florida

The fellowship of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a non-exclusive group, open to anyone living with a drinking problem. There are no age requirements, no education or economic requirements. Though spiritual in nature, AA meetings are not religious or political. Anyone seeking help from their addiction is welcome. At the meetings, members look to the 12 steps, a set of principles based on the desire to live a sober life and leave the obsession to drink behind.

AA meetings are prevalent across the Holiday area and provide nonjudgmental spaces to share the weight of addiction and find help from those also facing and overcoming the struggle of addiction.

Sometimes those who attend meetings will find the courage to pursue further treatment; for others, the meetings are enough to break the addiction. Some people who have been through treatment choose to attend meetings to stay on their path to sobriety and offer help to those newer on this journey. Holiday AA meetings provide a place of symbiotic support and a close network of understanding and compassion. The key is finding the right meeting and sometimes that can take a little work.

Finding AA Meeting Near Me

All meetings will have a bit of a different vibe, depending on the location, makeup of group members, time of day, and leaders. They may be held in churches, community centers, synagogues, libraries, even private homes. When you are looking for an AA meeting in Holiday, think what may be your ideal setting and group and ask some questions, like:

  • Is the group co-ed?
  • Where and when is the meeting?
  • What is the average size?
  • Who can attend?
  • Who is the leader and how does the leader run the meetings?
  • Does everyone have to talk?

Sometimes, the first meeting you attend will be the perfect fit. Or, you may need to try a few different meetings to find the right one. Do not be discouraged if your first meeting is hard; you may need to go back a few times before it feels right.

You can find a list of AA meetings in Holiday on the  Alcoholics Anonymous website. Here are a few results to get you started:

Community United Methodist Church
3214 US 19
Holiday, FL 34690

New Life Group
Peace Lutheran Church
2205 Arcadia Dr.
Holiday, FL 34690

NA Meetings in Holiday, Florida

Narcotics Anonymous (NA) is the second largest 12 step organization. Based on the same principles as AA, these meetings provide community and support to those suffering from a drug addiction. The one requirement to attend is the desire to stop using. Holiday NA meetings take place in churches, synagogues, community centers, and other places around town. They usually meet once a week where members encourage each other in their quest for sobriety.

NA meetings in Holiday are similar to AA meetings, providing a safe, relevant group to people trying to overcome addictions to drugs such as heroin, opioids, or other drugs. Honesty, open-mindedness, and willingness to change are basic merits valued in the group. This support network is a valuable tool no matter where someone is in his or her journey to sobriety. NA meetings Holiday are essential to recovery, and they are always free, easy to find and open to anyone. There are a variety of options in Holiday.

Finding NA Meetings Near Me

Like AA meetings, the dynamics of NA meetings will vary according to a number of factors such as the number of members, leaders, time, place and more. Again, it is important to try a few different ones or try one a few times to find one that feels like home. You can search the Narcotics Anonymous website for NA meetings near you.

Here are a few results to get you started:

Candlelight Group
St. Vincent De Paul Church
4843 Mile Stretch Dr.
Holiday, FL 34690

North Lake Family Church
300 North Highland Ave.
Tarpon Springs, FL 34688-8900

Peer support groups can be one of the most crucial parts of recovery. At The Recovery Village, AA meetings, NA meetings, and 12-step therapy is a large part of the care we offer. Please call The Recovery Village to learn more about the variety of options we offer in our programs and treatment. The road to recovery can be a trying one, but we can support you on this journey to a clean, healthier, more fulfilling life.