AA Meetings White Oak, MO

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Below is a comprehensive directory of AA meetings in White Oak, Missouri. The closest AA meeting to you is 28.92 miles away and meets on Friday at 12:00:00 PM.

Monday AA Meetings in White Oak

Blytheville Group
107 W Main St, Blytheville, AR 72315, USA
Closed Big Book AA Meeting
28.92 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Blytheville Group
107 W Main St, Blytheville, AR 72315, USA
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.92 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

164 Club
Methodist Church
Open Literature AA Meeting
32.09 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Key Support Group
Church of the Nazarene
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
43.27 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Serenity Group
Jewish Synagogue
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
51.65 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Pocahontas Group
Randolph Masonic Lodge #71 - Behind ICE Company on Hwy 67
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
52.22 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Wilson Group
Methodist Church
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
52.52 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Jonesboro Group
The Shed
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
53.01 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Jonesboro Group
The Shed
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
53.01 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Covington Group
First Presbyterian Church
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
57.71 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

A Vision for You
APW Biker Church
Closed, Discussion
64.31 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Millington Group
Baker Community Center Room 2
Discussion, Open
68.63 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Primary Purpose
Old Austin Peay - End of Building
Closed, Discussion
71.74 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Primary Purpose
Old Austin Peay - End of Building
Closed, Discussion
71.74 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Sobriety First
Christ Episcopal Church
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.94 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Tuesday AA Meetings in White Oak

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Blytheville Group
107 W Main St, Blytheville, AR 72315, USA
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.92 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Blytheville Group
107 W Main St, Blytheville, AR 72315, USA
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.92 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Key Support Group
Church of the Nazarene
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
43.27 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Keep It Simple
Cornerstone UMC
Open Big Book AA Meeting
51.01 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Serenity Group
Jewish Synagogue
Newcomer, Open
51.65 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Jonesboro Group
The Shed
Closed Big Book AA Meeting
53.01 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Jonesboro Group
The Shed
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
53.01 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Covington Group
First Presbyterian Church
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
57.71 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Out of Town Fellowship
House of Hope
Closed, Concurrent with Al-Anon, Discussion, Wheelchair Access
61.75 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Bardwell AA Group
Bardwell Lions Club
Discussion, Open
67.68 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Primary Purpose
Old Austin Peay - End of Building
Closed, Discussion
71.74 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Primary Purpose
Old Austin Peay - End of Building
12 Steps & 12 Traditions, Closed, Discussion
71.74 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Cape Downtown
Downtown AA Hall
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.98 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Cape Downtown
Downtown AA Hall
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.98 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Cape Downtown
Downtown AA Hall
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.98 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Wednesday AA Meetings in White Oak

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Blytheville Group
107 W Main St, Blytheville, AR 72315, USA
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.92 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Green House Group
401 South 2nd Street
Closed Discussion AA Meeting
31.96 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Osceola Group
101 N Ash St, Osceola, AR 72370, USA
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
43.48 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Ripley
Ave Maria Catholic Church
Discussion, Open
50.62 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Serenity Group
Jewish Synagogue
Closed Literature AA Meeting
51.65 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Pocahontas Group
Randolph Masonic Lodge #71 - Behind ICE Company on Hwy 67
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
52.22 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Jonesboro Group
The Shed
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
53.01 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Jonesboro Group
The Shed
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
53.01 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Overcomers Group
St Matthews Episcopal Church
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
57.13 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Out of Town Fellowship
House of Hope
Closed, Discussion, Wheelchair Access
61.75 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Out of Town Fellowship
House of Hope
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
61.75 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

A Vision for You
APW Biker Church
Closed, Discussion
64.31 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Back to the Big Book
Father's Arms Fellowship
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
67.27 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Back to the Big Book
Father's Arms Fellowship
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
67.27 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Millington Group
Baker Community Center Room 2
Discussion, Open
68.63 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Thursday AA Meetings in White Oak

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Blytheville Group
107 W Main St, Blytheville, AR 72315, USA
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.92 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Blytheville Group
107 W Main St, Blytheville, AR 72315, USA
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.92 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

164 Club
Methodist Church
Open Big Book AA Meeting
32.09 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Keep It Simple
Cornerstone UMC
Open Literature AA Meeting
51.01 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Jonesboro Group
The Shed
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
53.01 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Jonesboro Group
The Shed
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
53.01 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Overcomers Group
St Matthews Episcopal Church
Closed, Discussion
57.13 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Covington Group
First Presbyterian Church
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
57.71 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Primary Purpose
Old Austin Peay - End of Building
Closed, Discussion
71.74 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Primary Purpose
Old Austin Peay - End of Building
Closed, Discussion
71.74 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

We Are Not Saints Men
Christ Episcopal Church
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.94 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Cape Downtown
Downtown AA Hall
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.98 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Cape Downtown
Downtown AA Hall
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.98 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Cape Downtown Women
Downtown AA Hall
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.98 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

River City Freedom

Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
73.58 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Friday AA Meetings in White Oak

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Blytheville Group
107 W Main St, Blytheville, AR 72315, USA
12 Steps & 12 Traditions, Closed Literature AA Meeting
28.92 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Ripley New Life
144 Halliburton St, Ripley, TN 38063
Discussion, Open
49.46 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Serenity Group
Jewish Synagogue
Open Big Book AA Meeting
51.65 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Pocahontas Group
Randolph Masonic Lodge #71 - Behind ICE Company on Hwy 67
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
52.22 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Jonesboro Group
The Shed
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
53.01 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Jonesboro Group
The Shed
Open Speaker AA Meeting
53.01 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Out of Town Fellowship
House of Hope
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
61.75 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Original Fulton Group
Parkway Church of Christ
Discussion, Open
64.25 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Primary Purpose
Old Austin Peay - End of Building
Closed, Discussion
71.74 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Primary Purpose
Old Austin Peay - End of Building
Discussion, Open
71.74 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Limitless Expansion
Grace United Methodist
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.86 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Sobriety First
Christ Episcopal Church
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.94 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Cape Downtown
Downtown AA Hall
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.98 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Cape Downtown
Downtown AA Hall
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.98 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Cape Downtown
Downtown AA Hall
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.98 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Saturday AA Meetings in White Oak

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Blytheville Group
107 W Main St, Blytheville, AR 72315, USA
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.92 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Key Support Group
Church of the Nazarene
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
43.27 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Ripley
Ave Maria Catholic Church
Concurrent with Al-Anon, Discussion, Open
50.62 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Serenity Group
Jewish Synagogue
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
51.65 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Pocahontas Group
Randolph Masonic Lodge #71 - Behind ICE Company on Hwy 67
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
52.22 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Jonesboro Group
The Shed
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
53.01 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Jonesboro Group
The Shed
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
53.01 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Covington Group
First Presbyterian Church
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
57.71 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Out of Town Fellowship
House of Hope
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
61.75 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Out of Town Fellowship
House of Hope
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
61.75 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

A Vision for You
APW Biker Church
Discussion, Open
64.31 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Primary Purpose
Old Austin Peay - End of Building
Big Book, Closed, Discussion
71.74 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Primary Purpose
Old Austin Peay - End of Building
Closed, Discussion
71.74 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Sobriety First
Christ Episcopal Church
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.94 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Cape Downtown
Downtown AA Hall
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.98 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Sunday AA Meetings in White Oak

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Blytheville Group
107 W Main St, Blytheville, AR 72315, USA
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.92 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Green House Group
401 South 2nd Street
Open Discussion Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
31.96 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Ripley New Life
144 Halliburton St, Ripley, TN 38063
Discussion, Open
49.46 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Pocahontas Group
Randolph Masonic Lodge #71 - Behind ICE Company on Hwy 67
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
52.22 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Jonesboro Group
The Shed
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
53.01 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Jonesboro Group
The Shed
Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
53.01 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Overcomers Group
St Matthews Episcopal Church
Closed, Discussion
57.13 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Out of Town Fellowship
House of Hope
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
61.75 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Bardwell AA Group
Bardwell Lions Club
Big Book, Discussion, Open
67.68 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Primary Purpose
Old Austin Peay - End of Building
Discussion, Open
71.74 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Cape Downtown
Downtown AA Hall
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.98 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Cape Downtown
Downtown AA Hall
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.98 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Cape Downtown
Downtown AA Hall
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.98 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

Cape Downtown
Downtown AA Hall
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
72.98 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

SEMO Group
SEMO University
Unspecified AA Meeting - Alcoholics Anonymous
73.17 miles from the center of White Oak, MO

If you can't find a meeting close to you at the time you're looking for, we recommend checking out nearby towns including: Nimmons, Holcomb, Peach Orchard, and Kennett.

Additional local resources: White Oak NA Meetings | White Oak Al-Anon Meetings

What is an AA Meeting?

A meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous is an assembly where alcoholics and people who struggle with drug use gather for one hour to share their experience, strength, and hope. AA Members who attend an Alcoholic's Anonymous meeting in White Oak, MO will share their experience getting sober through their personal anecdotes with anyone working on their recovery journey. There is no religious, social or economic association for membership, just the want to get sober, and live a fulfilling life without alcohol.

Selecting A meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous in White Oak, MO

There are a variety different AA meetings in White Oak, MO. Before choosing the meeting that you are going to join, it is important to know the different types of AA meetings and what happens at each one.

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

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

Big Book Meeting - At Big Book meetings, a member will commonly read out of the Big Book and then encourage its members to discuss the meeting.

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

Alcoholics Anonymous Literature Meeting - A literature meeting commonly involves 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 typically focuses on one or two steps 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 internal contemplation for a portion of the meeting or even the whole time. The meditation may be guided and is sometimes followed by an open dialogue.

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

Because each White Oak 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 White Oak that do not. We recommend reaching out to the local Alcoholics Anonymous intergroup to get more information on Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in White Oak, MO, or navigating to aa.org to locate more information.

How to Get The Most From an AA Meeting in White Oak, MO

The most successful members of AA have found success through going more for the program than just attending meetings. If you are attending your first AA meeting and really want to get sober, we advise following the suggestions of the AA members that have come before you.

It is important that you accept where you are at with you addiction and admit that you need help. Part of staying sober is helping the newcomers of AA in White Oak stay sober, so people are going to be more than willing to help you get sober too. Stand up, introduce yourself, admit that you need help.