AA Meetings Birmingham, AL

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Below is a comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Birmingham, Alabama. The closest AA meeting to you is 0.24 miles away and meets on Monday at 7:00 PM. Click here for meetings today (Wednesday)!

Monday AA Meetings in Birmingham

Lakeview
Independent Presbyterian Church, Room 305 (enter from Highland Ave side)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
0.24 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

New Hope
Shepherd Of The Hills Lutheren
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, Beginners Meeting, Wheelchair Accessible, A
0.24 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Starting Over
Shepherd Of The Hills Lutheren
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, Childcare Provided
0.24 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Inst
Brother Bryan Rescue Mission
Open Discussion AA Meeting
1.25 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Downtown
Advent Episcopal Cathedral, Ground Floor
Closed Step Study AA Meeting
1.41 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Rush Hour Group
Lily Grove Missionary Babtist Church
Open Discussion AA Meeting
1.41 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Freedom
Southside Baptist, 2nd Floor (Enter on 10th Court side of Church)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, Wheelchair Accessible
1.7 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Inst
Salvation Army - No meetings until after September 2012
Open Speaker Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
1.73 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Avondale
Avondale United Methodist Chruch
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
1.87 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Closed Big Book AA Meeting
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, Beginners Meeting
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Sunrise
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

New Meeting
Mt. Hermon AME Zion
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
2.93 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Uab Young Timers
UAB Center for Psychiatric Medicine, Room C290
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
3.64 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Primary Purpose
Edgewood Presbyterian (Last Monday is a Speaker Meeting)
Open Big Book Meeting
4.17 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Tuesday AA Meetings in Birmingham

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Colonnade
St. Thomas Episcopal
Closed Step Study AA Meeting
0.24 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Inst
Salvation Army Rehab
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
0.24 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Prime Time
Shades Mountain Church of Christ
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
0.24 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Downtown
Advent Episcopal Cathedral, Ground Floor
Closed Step Study AA Meeting
1.41 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Avondale
Avondale United Methodist Church (Meditation Meeting)
Open Discussion Meeting-G
1.87 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Hope On Highlands
St. Mary's Episcopal
Open Discussion Meeting, Wheelchair Accessible
2.06 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous & Women's Only Meeting
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, Beginners Meeting
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Sunrise
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Fellowship House
Fellowship House
Open Speaker Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Sobriety First
Our Lady Queen of the Universe (Last Tuesday - Open Speaker)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
2.67 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Mountain Brook
St Lukes Episcopal Church
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
3.43 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Serenity Now
Our Lady of Sorrows, Scout Room (Park on top of parking deck in back)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
4.17 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Serenity Now
Our Lady of Sorrows, Scout Room (Park on top of parking deck in back)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
4.17 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Hoover
Green Valley Baptist Church
Closed Big Book AA Meeting
9.72 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Wednesday AA Meetings in Birmingham

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Lakeview
Independent Presbyterian Church, Room 305 (enter from Highland Ave side)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
0.24 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Starting Over
Shepherd Of The Hills Lutheren
Open Discussion AA Meeting
0.24 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Downtown
Advent Episcopal Cathedral, Ground Floor
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
1.41 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, Beginners Meeting
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Sunrise
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Fellowship House
Fellowship House
Open Speaker Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Serenity Now
Our Lady of Sorrows, Scout Room (Park on top of parking deck in back)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
4.17 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Womens Acceptance
Canterbury United Methodist, Rm 144
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
4.27 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Adamsville
Westwood Baptist Church
Open Speaker Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
5.16 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Fultondale Jay-walkers
Fultondale Friendship Hall
Open Discussion Meeting, Wheelchair Accessible
5.44 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Vestavia Hills
Vestavia Hills United Methodist (Tyson Hall entrance, room 106, Last Wednesday - Open Speaker)
Open Discussion Meeting, A, AT
5.67 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Eastern
Wilson Chapel United Methodist
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, A
6.54 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

South Suburban
Green Valley Baptist Church
Open Discussion Meeting, Beginners Meeting, A
9.72 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Riverchase
Riverchase United Methodist (Sign Language Interpreter on 1st and 3rd Wednesdays)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
11.77 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Thursday AA Meetings in Birmingham

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Colonnade
St. Thomas Episcopal
Closed Big Book AA Meeting
0.24 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Downtown
Advent Episcopal Cathedral, Ground Floor
Closed Big Book AA Meeting
1.41 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Highland Park
First Lutheran
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
1.95 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Hope On Highlands
St. Mary's Episcopal
Open Big Book Meeting, Wheelchair Accessible
2.06 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, Beginners Meeting
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Sunrise
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

No Regrets
Fellowship House
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, Women's Only Meeting
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Mountain Brook
St Lukes Episcopal Church
Open Discussion AA Meeting
3.43 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Serenity Now
Our Lady of Sorrows, Scout Room (Park on top of parking deck in back)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
4.17 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Serenity Now
Our Lady of Sorrows, Scout Room (Park on top of parking deck in back)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
4.17 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Irondale
Irondale United Methodist (House behind Church)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
5.49 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Huffman
Huffman United Methodist
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
8.02 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Mid-day
New Midfield City Hall, City Council Chambers
Open Big Book Meeting
8.18 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Hoover
Green Valley Baptist Church
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
9.72 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Friday AA Meetings in Birmingham

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Inst
Alethia House (7-8:30)
Open Discussion AA Meeting
0.24 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

New Hope
Shepherd Of The Hills Lutheren (1st Friday - Open Speaker)
Open Discussion Meeting, Beginners Meeting, Wheelchair Accessible
0.24 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Starting Over
Shepherd Of The Hills Lutheren
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, Childcare Provided
0.24 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Downtown
Advent Episcopal Cathedral, Ground Floor
Open Discussion AA Meeting
1.41 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Freedom
Southside Baptist, 2nd Floor (Enter on 10th Court side of Church)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, Wheelchair Accessible
1.7 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Live And Let Live
Unity Church
Open Discussion Meeting, G
1.77 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Highland Park
First Lutheran
Open Step Studay
1.95 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

More Hope Indeed
Lighthouse Ministries
Open Discussion AA Meeting
1.95 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous & Women's Only Meeting
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, Beginners Meeting
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation (Hoot Owl)
Open Discussion AA Meeting
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Open Speaker Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Sunrise
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation (Last Friday - Open Speaker)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Fellowship House
Fellowship House
Open Speaker Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Serenity Now
Our Lady of Sorrows, Scout Room (Park on top of parking deck in back) Last Friday - OS
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
4.17 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Saturday AA Meetings in Birmingham

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Lakeview
Independent Presbyterian Church, Room 305 (enter from Highland Ave side)
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
0.24 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Metro Bb Study
South Highland Presbyterian
Closed Big Book AA Meeting
0.24 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

New Hope
Shepherd Of The Hills Lutheren
Open Big Book Meeting
0.24 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

29-13 N Birmingham

Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
1.95 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Hope Downtown
Church of the Reconciler
Open Discussion AA Meeting
1.97 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Closed Step Study AA Meeting
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Open Discussion AA Meeting
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Open Discussion AA Meeting
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation
Open Discussion AA Meeting
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Five Points
JAFI Jefferson Alcoholic Foundation (Young at Heart)
Open Discussion Meeting, Beginners Meeting
2.12 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Primary Purpose
Edgewood Presbyterian
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, Wheelchair Accessible
4.17 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Early Risers
Canterbury Unitied Methodist
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous, A
4.27 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

South Suburban
Green Valley Baptist Church
Open Discussion Meeting, ASL
9.72 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Riverchase
Riverchase United Methodist
Open Discussion AA Meeting
11.77 miles from the center of Birmingham, AL

Hueytown
Industrial City Community Center
Closed Discussion Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
12.32 miles from the center of Birmingham, 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: Mountain Brk, Pratt City, Mountain Brook, and Homewood

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

What is an AA Meeting?

A meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous is a place to share experiences and success stories with other alcoholics. This is a safe place for an addict wanting to get sober to come in and ask for help. These Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Birmingham, Alabama will help them build a support network to live a sober life. You will be greeted by your peers that have all lived and survived from a hopeless state of mind and body. Their survival of maintaining a sober life is dependent on helping others and giving back to others the support that was given to them.

How to Choose an Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting in Birmingham, Alabama

It is important when coming to Alcoholics Anonymous that you select a meeting that is suited for where you are at in sobriety. The first type of Alcoholics Anonymous meeting is a new comers meeting and is not solely for new comers but is a meeting that inspires members to share their stories and ask for help. Another type of meeting would be a single gender meeting, either a men’s meeting or women’s meeting. These types of meeting are not opened to the opposite sex. A Closed meeting simply means the group is closed to any discussion that does not involve how to maintain sobriety from alcohol. Talking about any other illicit substances is not allowed. A Step Study is a meeting that is simply focused on a single step and discussed in length regarding the best approach to working this step and applying it to your daily life. Traditions meetings are based off the 12 traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. The 12 traditions are different than the 12 steps. The traditions are built to maintain order throughout Alcoholics Anonymous and maintaining accountability to these traditions is the reason you can attend an Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting anywhere in across the globe to hear the same message.

How to benefit the most from your first AA meeting in Birmingham, Alabama

To benefit the most from your first AA meeting you need to walk in willing to accept change and be open minded. Make sure to give yourself extra time at the start and end because there is always a “before” and “after” for every meeting, where the members of the group gather outside and talk. Make sure during opening announcements that you raise your hand to introduce yourself as a new member of AA. Make sure to ask for a meeting list, with phone numbers of the group members. Last, but certainly not least don’t hesitate to raise your hand and speak, share the journey that lead you to this meeting.