AA Meetings Alberta, AL

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Below is a comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Alberta, Alabama. The closest AA meeting to you is 47.05 miles away and meets on Monday at 7:00 PM.

Monday AA Meetings in Alberta

Western
Edgewater Oaks Community Center 2nd Monday - No meeting
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
47.05 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Rompiendo Cadenas*
Lot 19
Open Discussion AA Meeting - Spanish Speaking AA
63.27 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Primary Purpose
Veterans Affairs Med Center
Closed Big Book AA Meeting
67.25 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Women’s Meeting
Collegiate Recovery Community
Women's Open AA Meeting
67.53 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Men’s Meeting
University Lutheran Church
Men's AA Meeting
67.78 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Us Girls
First United Methodist Church
Women's Open Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
67.96 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Closed Big Book AA Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous / S*
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group
AA Clubhouse
Closed Step Study AA Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group
AA Clubhouse
Open Step Study - Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

West Blocton*
New Life Assembly of God
Open Discussion AA Meeting
68.89 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Happy Hour Group
Union Chapel United Methodist
Open Discussion AA Meeting
70.14 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Happy Hour Group
Union Chapel United Methodist
Open Discussion AA Meeting
70.14 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Big Book Group
Firehouse
Big Book AA Meeting, Open
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Lunch Bunch Group
Firehouse
Closed Discussion AA Meeting
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuesday AA Meetings in Alberta

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Westside Sobriety
Benjamin Barnes Branch YMCA
Open Step Study - Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
67.32 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Us Girls
First United Methodist Church
Women's Open Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
67.96 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

AA Open Discussion
Christ Episcopal Church
Open Discussion AA Meeting
68.08 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Closed Big Book AA Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Open Discussion AA Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Calera
Concord Baptist
Open Discussion Meeting, Beginners Meeting
74.21 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Lunch Bunch Group
Firehouse
Open Discussion AA Meeting
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Big Book Group
Firehouse
Open Discussion AA Meeting
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Serenity Group
First Methodist Church
Open Discussion AA Meeting
78.03 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Pelham
Crosscreek Baptist
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
82.57 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Serenity at Hwy 11
Chip Club (next door to Lakeview Methodist)
Open Discussion AA Meeting
83.72 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Serenity at Hwy 11
Chip Club (next door to Lakeview Methodist)
Open Discussion AA Meeting
83.72 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

The Back to Basics Group
St. Mary's Episcopal Church
Open Discussion AA Meeting
84.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Bessemer
Bessemer Club House
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
84.29 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Wednesday AA Meetings in Alberta

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Maplesville*
Old School
Closed Step Study AA Meeting
49.44 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Rompiendo Cadenas*
Lot 19
Open Discussion AA Meeting - Spanish Speaking AA
63.27 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Young People’s Meeting
Collegiate Recovery Community
Open Discussion AA Meeting
67.53 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Closed Big Book AA Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Open Discussion AA Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Happy Hour Group
Bradford Health Services
Open Big Book AA Meeting
70.15 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Happy Hour Group
Firehouse
Big Book AA Meeting, Open
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Lunch Bunch Group
Firehouse
Closed Discussion AA Meeting
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Early Bird Group
Firehouse
Open Discussion AA Meeting
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Big Book Group
Firehouse
Open Discussion AA Meeting
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Living Proof Group
Firehouse
Open Discussion AA Meeting
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Serenity at Hwy 11
Chip Club (next door to Lakeview Methodist)
Closed Big Book AA Meeting, Closed Step Study AA Meeting
83.72 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Serenity at Hwy 11
Chip Club (next door to Lakeview Methodist)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
83.72 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Bessemer
Bessemer Club House
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, A
84.29 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Thursday AA Meetings in Alberta

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Tuscaloosa Primary Purpose
Veterans Affairs Med Center
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
67.25 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

AA Open Discussion
Christ Episcopal Church
Open Discussion AA Meeting
68.08 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Closed Big Book AA Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Open Discussion AA Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Open Discussion AA Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Happy Hour Group
Union Chapel United Methodist
Open Discussion AA Meeting
70.14 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Calera
Concord Baptist
Closed Big Book AA Meeting
74.21 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Lunch Bunch Group
Firehouse
Open Discussion AA Meeting
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Big Book Group
Firehouse
Open Discussion AA Meeting
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Happy Hour Group
Firehouse
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Plug in the Jug
Alabaster United Methodist Church
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, A
77.49 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Serenity Group
First Methodist Church
Open Discussion AA Meeting
78.03 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Country AA Group
Gumhog Road
Open Discussion AA Meeting
79 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Pelham
Crosscreek Baptist
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
82.57 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Friday AA Meetings in Alberta

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Maplesville*
Old School
Open Speaker Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
49.44 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Rompiendo Cadenas*
Lot 19
Open Discussion AA Meeting - Spanish Speaking AA
63.27 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Westside Sobriety
Benjamin Barnes Branch YMCA
Open Step Study - Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
67.32 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Young People’s Meeting
St Francis of Assisi
Open Discussion AA Meeting
67.86 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Step It Up
Phoenix House
Open Speaker AA Meeting
67.93 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Us Girls
First United Methodist Church
Women's Open Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
67.96 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Closed Step Study AA Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Open Discussion AA Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Happy Hour Group
Bradford Health Services
Open Discussion AA Meeting
70.15 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Lunch Bunch Group
Firehouse
Closed Discussion AA Meeting
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Early Bird Group
Firehouse
Open Discussion AA Meeting
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Happy Hour Group
Firehouse
Open Discussion AA Meeting
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Big Book Group
Firehouse
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Saturday AA Meetings in Alberta

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Westside Sobriety
Benjamin Barnes Branch YMCA
Open Step Study - Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
67.32 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous / S*
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Open Discussion AA Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Open Speaker AA Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Happy Hour Group
St Mark United Methodist
Open Discussion AA Meeting
70.05 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Lunch Bunch Group
Firehouse
Open Discussion AA Meeting
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Happy Hour Group
Firehouse
Open Discussion AA Meeting
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Big Book Group
Firehouse
Open Discussion AA Meeting
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Serenity Group
First Methodist Church
Open Discussion AA Meeting
78.03 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Keep It Simple
Helena United Methodist
Open Discussion AA Meeting
78.93 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Columbiana Serenity
Columbiana United Methodist
Open Discussion AA Meeting
80.4 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Serenity at Hwy 11
Chip Club (next door to Lakeview Methodist)
Open Discussion AA Meeting
83.72 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Serenity at Hwy 11
Chip Club (next door to Lakeview Methodist)
Open Discussion AA Meeting
83.72 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Bessemer
Bessemer Club House
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
84.29 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Sunday AA Meetings in Alberta

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Maplesville*
Old School
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
49.44 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Closed Big Book AA Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous / S*
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Open Discussion AA Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Tuscaloosa Group

Open Discussion AA Meeting
68.43 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

West Blocton*
West Blocton Municipal Building
Open Discussion AA Meeting
68.89 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

New Beginning
St. Andrews Episcopal (Montevallo)
Open Discussion AA Meeting
69.3 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Calera
Concord Baptist (3rd Sunday - Open Speaker)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
74.21 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Big Book Group
Firehouse
Closed AA Meeting, Speaker
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Lunch Bunch Group
Firehouse
Open Discussion AA Meeting
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Happy Hour Group
Firehouse
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
75.01 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Pelham
Crosscreek Baptist
Closed Step Study AA Meeting
82.57 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Serenity at Hwy 11
Chip Club (next door to Lakeview Methodist)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
83.72 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Bessemer
Bessemer Club House
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
84.29 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

Bessemer
Bessemer Club House (non-smoking)
Open Step Studay
84.29 miles from the center of Alberta, AL

If you can't find a meeting close to you at the time you're looking for, we recommend checking out nearby towns including: Safford, Catherine, Flatwood, and Millers Ferry.

Additional local resources: Alberta NA Meetings | Alberta Al-Anon Meetings

What is an AA Meeting?

AA is a fellowship founded to help its members obtain sobriety. Attendance is free at a meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous in Alberta, AL as the funding is voluntary based only from its members.

AA is one of most commonly known programs in the United States and around the world that helps countless men and women get sober in the pursuit of lifelong recovery. Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are typically made up of small groups of people who share their recovery journey and are there to help new members obtain sobriety.

Choosing A meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous in Alberta, AL

There are a a lot of different AA meetings in Alberta, AL. Before choosing the meeting that you are going to join, it is beneficial to know the different types of AA meetings and what happens at each one.

Open Meeting of AA - An Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous is open to anyone who wants to attend. You do not have to be an alcoholic to go to an open meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous. Friends, family, and children can join these meetings.

Closed Meeting of AA - A Closed AA Meeting is only for those who have a desire to get sober. It is not open to friends or family.

Big Book Meeting - At these meetings, a member will commonly read out of the Big Book and follow the reading with a discussion amongst its members.

Speaker Meeting - At an AA speaker meeting, a member of AA will tell their story and share their journey, strength, and hope with fellow members of AA. The speaker may or may not talk through the duration of the meeting and members are often encouraged to share their thoughts before wrapping up.

AA Literature Meeting - A literature meeting commonly revolves around reading from one of the AA approved pieces of literature and can often be followed by a discussion amongst the members or a speaker about the literature of topic.

Step Study - An AA step study typically focuses on a specific step or 2 per meeting. This can involve a speaker lead discussion about a particular step, literature reading, and may or may not be followed by a discussion about the step(s).

Meditation Meeting - A Meditation AA Meeting can involve meditation for a portion of the meeting or even the whole time. The meditation may be guided and then followed by a discussion.

Traditions AA Meeting - One or more of the AA traditions will be discussed in depth. This can be done with a speaker, literature lead, and may or may not be followed by a dialogue.

Because each Alberta AA meeting is autonomous, they are able to run each meeting as they see fit. Some meeting formats may vary and you can also find AA meetings in Alberta that do not. We recommend contacting the local AA intergroup to get more information on AA Meetings in Alberta, AL, or visiting aa.org to locate more information.

How to Get The Most From an AA Meeting in Alberta, AL

The best way to get the most out of your first AA meeting you should remain open minded. Everyone had preconceived notions of what these meeting were and generally it is the same misconception. The one piece of advice I was ever given was to sit down, stop talking, listen to the message, and modestly ask for help. No matter the type of meeting meeting, that one thing that won't change is the message of recovering from hopelessness. The process of recovering from that hopeless state is in asking for help from another alcoholic which you will find in any AA meeting you choose as your first.