AA Meetings Sleepy Hollow, IL

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Below is a comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Sleepy Hollow, Illinois. The closest AA meeting to you is 1.21 miles away and meets on Monday at 6:30 PM. Click here for meetings today (Sunday)!

Monday AA Meetings in Sleepy Hollow

St. Paul Step, Tradition, And Discussison
St Paul the Apostle Catholic School
12 Steps & 12 Traditions, As Bill Sees It, Closed, English, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
1.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Shivad Ii
Church of Atonement
Closed, Speaker
3.85 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Silent Recovery
St. John United Church of Christ
Open, Sign Language
3.85 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sisters In Sobriety
Wellspring United Methodist Church
Closed
4.09 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sisters In Sobriety
Wellspring United Methodist Church

4.09 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Share Clean Air
Metro Center
Closed, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
4.63 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Share Clean Air
Metro Center
Closed, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
4.63 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

The Locker Room – Speaker/comments – Hybrid* Aa Meeting
North Shore Alano Club In-person and Online
Closed, Online Meeting
5.02 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

The New Reality
95-8201 Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
5.09 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sw Fellowship 1
Our Savior Lutheran Church
Closed
7.75 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

The “nooner”
Pilgrim Faith Church
Closed, Step Meeting
7.75 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Saturday Night Young Person’s Meeting
Mokena Fellowship Center
Birthday, Closed, Wheelchair Access, Young People
8.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sauganash Time Out
Edgebrook Lutheran Church
Closed
8.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sauk Valley Group
Rock Falls American Legion Hall
12 Steps & 12 Traditions, Closed, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
8.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Savanna Group
1st Presbyterian Church
Closed
8.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Tuesday AA Meetings in Sleepy Hollow

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Step
Day By Day Club
Closed
1.68 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sobriety In The Arts
Northwest Edge Alano Club
Closed
3.39 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Shared Hope Group
Mt Zion Evangelical Lutheran Church
Closed, English
3.85 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sharing And Caring
Our Savior Lutheran Church
Closed
3.85 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sharing And Caring
Mayslake
Closed, Discussion, Step Meeting, Wheelchair Access
3.85 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Shoulder To Shoulder
Temporarily Inactive
AA Meeting
3.85 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Share Clean Air
Metro Center
Closed, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
4.46 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

The 12 Steps
Serenity House
Discussion
7.75 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sauk Valley Group
Rock Falls American Legion Hall
Closed, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
8.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sauk Valley Group
Rock Falls American Legion Hall
As Bill Sees It, Open, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
8.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Savoy Tuesday Night Group
Savoy United Methodist Church
AA Meeting
8.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

There Is A Solution Women
EDI
Big Book, Closed, Discussion, Women
9.2 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Tolono Closed Group
Tolono Presbyterian Church
AA Meeting
9.64 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

The 12 Steps – Zoom
Serenity House In-person and Online
Discussion, Online Meeting
10.06 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

The 505 Whistle Stop
Alano of Des Plaines
Discussion, Step Meeting
10.31 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Wednesday AA Meetings in Sleepy Hollow

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Sober Tonight
South Suburban Alano Club
Closed
3.39 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sobriety For Lunch
Community Christian Church
Big Book, Closed
3.39 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Shermer Women’s Daytime Women
St David's Episcopal Church
Closed, Women
3.85 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Show & Grow
First Presbyterian Church
Closed
3.85 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Share Clean Air
Metro Center
Closed, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
4.04 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Ten-thirty Meeting
Alano Club of Joliet
Closed, English, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
7.75 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sauk Valley Group
Rock Falls American Legion Hall
Closed
8.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sauk Valley Group
Rock Falls American Legion Hall
Open, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
8.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

The Way Out
Trinity Lutheran Church
In-Person Closed Rotating Handicap
8.91 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Rogers Park Alano Club Daily Meeting
16-0521 Inactive
Closed
9.17 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

There Is A Solution Group
University of Illinois Extension Building, Vienna
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
9.2 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Tolentine
Episcopal Church of St John the Evangelist
Closed, Wheelchair Access
9.64 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Top Of The Morning
Easy Does It Club
Closed
9.64 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sunshine Group
St. Philips episcopal church In-person and Online
Closed, Daily Reflections, English, Online Meeting
9.67 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Promises Of Aa
North Shore Congregation Israel In-person and Online
Closed, Online Meeting
10.13 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Thursday AA Meetings in Sleepy Hollow

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Step ‘n’ Up Group
12 Step Fellowship Club
Closed, Step Meeting, Wheelchair Access
1.71 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Speaker
First Step House
Closed, Discussion, Speaker
1.72 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sisters In Sobriety Candlelight Women
Serenity Shack
AA Meeting
3.54 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Share Clean Air
Metro Center
Closed, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
3.96 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Simply Sober Group
Holy Family Catholic Church, Community Center
Discussion, Open
4.09 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Share Clean Air
Metro Center
Closed, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
4.63 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

The Little Red Book
St Michaels Catholic Church
Closed
4.83 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Roscoe Recovery
10816 Main St., Roscoe, IL 61073
Open
6.59 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

The Wakeup Call
Online
Closed, Online Meeting
6.72 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Rogers Park Alano Club 10:30 Am Meeting
Rogers Park Alano Club
Closed
6.86 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Survivors
13-2775 Online
Closed, Online Meeting
7.75 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Survivors Group
Harvey 100 Club
Closed
7.75 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Survivors Group
Steel Workers' Hall
Closed
7.75 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

The “a” Group
St Gregory's Episcopal Church
Closed
7.75 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Survivors
South West Alano Club
Closed, Discussion
8.19 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Friday AA Meetings in Sleepy Hollow

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St. Philip’s Friday Noon
St. Philip Lutheran Church
Closed
1.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Speaker
Midway Fellowship Club
Open
1.72 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sobriety For Lunch
Community Christian Church
12 Steps & 12 Traditions, Closed
3.39 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sisters In Sobriety Women
Stillwater Alano Club
Closed, Women
3.53 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Share Clean Air
Metro Center
Closed, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
4.01 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Silver Slipper
Our Savior Lutheran Church
Closed
4.09 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Simply Sisters Group Women
Christ Community Church
Big Book, Closed, Discussion, Step Meeting, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom, Women
4.09 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Share Clean Air
Metro Center
Closed
4.63 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Share Clean Air
Metro Center
Closed, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
4.63 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Share Clean Air
Metro Center In-person and Online
Closed, LGBTQ, Online Meeting, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
4.85 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

The New Reality
95-8201 Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open
5.09 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

The 505 Whistle Stop – Phone Meeting
Alano of Des Plaines
Closed, Discussion, English, Step Meeting
6.52 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

T.g.i.f. Group
St. Patrick's School
Closed, Newcomer
7.75 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Tgif Group
Du Page Unitarian Church
Hybrid In-Person/Online Closed Discussion Handicap
7.75 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Tgif Tools Of Recovery
Round Lake Alano Club
Closed, Discussion
7.75 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Saturday AA Meetings in Sleepy Hollow

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Sharing Hope Group
Church of the Brethren

3.85 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sharing Hope Group
Church of the Brethren
Open, Speaker, Wheelchair Access aa meeting
3.85 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sisters In Sobriety Women
Online
Closed, Location Temporarily Closed, Online Meeting, Women
4.4 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Saturday Night Open Speaker
Stillwaters Alano Club
Open, Speaker
8.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Saturday Night Open Speakers Meeting
St. Nicholas Episcopal Church
Open, Wheelchair Access
8.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Saturday Night Specials Group
St. Mark's Episcopal Church
Closed, Discussion, Step Meeting
8.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Saturday Niter’s Group
St. Lukes Lutheran Church In-person and Online
Closed, Discussion, Online Meeting
8.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Saturday Open Speaker Group
Anona Center East
Newcomer, Open, Speaker, Wheelchair Access
8.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sauk Valley Group
Rock Falls American Legion Hall
Open, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
8.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sauk Valley Group
Rock Falls American Legion Hall
Open, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
8.21 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Together We Can
The Serenity Club
Open
9.64 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sunshine Group
St. Philip's Episcopal Church
Closed
9.67 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Sunshine Group Zoom
Online
Closed, Discussion, Online Meeting
10.14 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Topic – Only Zoom Mfc
Mokena Fellowship Center Online
Online Meeting
10.39 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

Rush Hour Group: Character Defects
Discovery
Closed
10.54 miles from the center of Sleepy Hollow, IL

If you can't find a meeting close to you at the time you're looking for, we recommend checking out nearby towns including: West Dundee, Carpentersville, East Dundee, and Gilberts

Additional local resources: Sleepy Hollow NA Meetings | Sleepy Hollow Al-Anon Meetings

What is an AA Meeting?

AA is a program organized to help its members achieve sobriety. Attendance is free at an AA Meeting in Sleepy Hollow, Illinois as the funding is voluntarily contributed from its members.

AA is one of most highly regarded programs in the United States and around the world that helps countless men and women overcome their alcohol addiction in the pursuit of lifelong recovery. They are commonly made up of small groups of people who share their recovery journey and are there to help new members achieve sobriety.

Choosing A meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous in Sleepy Hollow, Illinois

There are a many different AA meetings in Sleepy Hollow, Illinois. Before choosing the meeting that you are going to join, it is beneficial to know the different types of AA meetings and who can attend each one.

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

Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous – A Closed meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous is only for those who have a desire to stop drinking. Friends and family are not able to attend these meetings.

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

Speaker Meeting – At an Alcoholics Anonymous speaker meeting, a member of Alcoholics Anonymous will tell their story and share their experience, strength, and hope with fellow members of Alcoholics Anonymous. The speaker may or may not take up all of the time and can often be followed by a discussion amongst the members.

Alcoholics Anonymous Literature Meeting – A literature meeting usually revolves around reading from one of the Alcoholics Anonymous approved pieces of literature and an sometimes they open the floor to discussion at the end or a speaker about the literature of topic.

Step Study – An Alcoholics Anonymous step study usually focuses on a specific step or 2 per meeting. This can involve a speaker lead discussion about a particular step, literature reading, and could be followed by a discussion about the step(s).

Meditation Meeting – A meditation meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous can involve internal contemplation for a portion of the meeting or even the whole time. The meditation may be guided and then followed by a discussion.

Traditions Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting – One or more of the Alcoholics Anonymous traditions will be discussed in thoroughly. This can be done with a speaker, literature lead, and could be followed by a discussion.

Being that each Sleepy Hollow Alcoholics Anonymous meeting is autonomous, they are able to run each meeting as they see fit. Variation of meeting formats is common and you can also find Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Sleepy Hollow that do not. We recommend reaching out to the local Alcoholics Anonymous intergroup to find out more information on Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Sleepy Hollow, Illinois, or navigating to aa.org to locate more information.

How to Get The Most From an AA Meeting in Sleepy Hollow, Illinois

The best way to benefit the most from your first Alcoholics Anonymous meeting you should keep an open minded. Everyone had preconceived notions of what these meeting were and generally it is the same misconception. The best advice I ever got was to sit down, shut up, listen to the message, and humbly ask for help. Regardless of the meeting, the one constant will be message of recovering from hopelessness. The process of recovering from that hopeless state is in asking for help from another person suffering from alcoholism which you will find in any meeting you choose to pick as your first.