AA Meetings Hunter, OH

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Below is a comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Hunter, Ohio. The closest AA meeting to you is 5.07 miles away and meets on Monday at 12:00 PM. Click here for meetings today (Wednesday)!

Monday AA Meetings in Hunter

Aa For God
Oaks of Righteousness Church
Discussion, Open, Outdoor Meeting
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Monroe Just For Today
Oaks of Righteousness Church
Discussion, Open
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

11th Step Meditation Meeting
Springboro Franklin Club
Open, Step Meeting
5.17 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Franklin Twelve Steppers Group
Springboro Franklin Club
Closed, Step Meeting, Wheelchair Access
5.17 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Mid Day Sobriety Group As Bill Sees It
Springboro Franklin Club In-person and Online
Discussion, Online Meeting, Open, Wheelchair Access
5.17 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Midday Sobriety Group
Springboro Franklin Club
Discussion, Open
5.17 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Jacksonburg Steps And Traditions Meeting
Traditions Club
12 Steps & 12 Traditions, Discussion, Open
5.71 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Way Of Life Group
Traditions Club
Discussion, Open
5.71 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Get Busy Living Group
Bethlehem Temple Apostolic Church
Discussion, Open
5.89 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Lebanon Big Book
Entrance to the Park - yellow house
Open, Wheelchair Access
5.97 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Lebanon Monday Night Big Book
Colonial Park-Yellow house at the entrance to the park
Big Book, Open
5.97 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Staying Surrendered Group
Foundation Community Church
Discussion, Open
8.77 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Sobriety For Lunch Bunch
St. John Lutheran Church
Daily Reflections, Discussion, Open
9.68 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Bellbrook Monday Night
Centerbrook Church
Discussion, Open
14.53 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Fill My Cup Group
Refreshing Springs Church (DiscipleWworship Center)
Discussion, Open
15.79 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Tuesday AA Meetings in Hunter

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Eastern Group Big Book Study
Church Of Ascension
Discussion, Open
4.6 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Red Lion Twelve Step Group
Red Lion UMC
Closed, Discussion, Wheelchair Access
4.73 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Aa For God
Oaks of Righteousness Church
Discussion, Open, Outdoor Meeting
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Keep It Simple/pass It On
Hope Church of Monroe
Closed, Discussion
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Monroe Reflections
Oaks of Righteousness Church
Discussion, Open
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Monroe Sobriety Seekers
Salvation Army Harbor Light
Discussion, Open
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Nothin But The Book
Grace Lutheran Church
Big Book, Open
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Serenity Seekers
Human Potential Center
Discussion, Open
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

“tuesdays At 1000”
Springboro Franklin Club
Discussion, Open
5.17 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Mid Day Group
Springboro Franklin Club
Discussion, Living Sober, Open
5.17 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Womens Living In The Solution Women
Springboro Franklin Club
Closed, Discussion, Wheelchair Access, Women
5.17 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Wellsburg Tuesday Night Discussion Group
Presbyterian Church
Closed, Speaker, Wheelchair Access
5.67 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Jacksonburg 4th Dimension Big Book Study
Traditions Club
Big Book, Discussion, Open
5.71 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Way Of Life Group Beginners Meeting
Traditions Club
Discussion, Open
5.71 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Womens Meeting Women
Traditions Club
Discussion, Open, Women
5.71 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Wednesday AA Meetings in Hunter

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District 11 Meeting 2nd Wednesday Of March June September December
The Church of the Ascension
Discussion, Open
4.34 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Broken Bottle Group And Friends
Church Of Ascension
Discussion, Open
4.6 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Aa For God
Oaks of Righteousness Church
Discussion, Open, Outdoor Meeting
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Just For Today
Oaks of Righteousness Church
Discussion, Open
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Keep It Simple / Pass It On
Hope Church of Monroe
Discussion, Open
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Navarre Fireside
Touchstone Recovery House
Big Book, Closed, Discussion
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Wednesday Night Resentment Group
St. Anne's Church
Closed, Discussion
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Women Enjoying Sobriety Together Women
Christ Lutheran Church
Closed, Discussion, Women
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Beginner Back To Basics
Springboro Franklin Club
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
5.17 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Mid Day Sobriety Group
Springboro Franklin Club
Open, Step Meeting, Wheelchair Access
5.17 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Way Of Life Group
Traditions Club
Discussion, Open
5.71 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Way Of Life Group
Traditions Club
Discussion, Open
5.71 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Lebanon Discussion Group
Presbyterian Church
Discussion, Open
6.14 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Lebanon Ohio
Presby Church (basement)
Big Book, Open
6.14 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Miamisburg Group
St. James United Methodist Church
Discussion, Open
10.18 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Thursday AA Meetings in Hunter

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Central Group
First Baptist Church 4500 Riverview Ave. Middletown, Oh 45042, USA
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
3.99 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Aa For God
Oaks of Righteousness Church
Discussion, Open, Outdoor Meeting
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Just For Today
Oaks of Righteousness Church
Discussion, Open
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Monroe Clear View
St. Mary Catholic Central High School
Closed, Discussion
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Monroe Primary Purpose
Salvation Army Harbor Light
Big Book, Open
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Monroe Thursday Open
Grace Lutheran Church
Open, Speaker
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Strength In Sobriety
Grace Lutheran Church
Discussion, Open
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Drop The Rock
Springboro Franklin Club
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
5.17 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Mid Day Sobriety Group
Springboro Franklin Club
Big Book, Open, Wheelchair Access
5.17 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Abc Group
Clearcreek Church
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
5.46 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Ask It Basket
Traditions Club
Discussion, Open
5.71 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Way Of Life Group
Traditions Club
Discussion, Open
5.71 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Newark Gathered Together For Sobriety
Warner Center second floor The Sleight Room #264
Open, Speaker, Wheelchair Access
10.23 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Language Of The Heart
Southminster Presbyterian Church
Closed
11.44 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Franklin St Group
Centerville Restoration Church UMC
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
11.7 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Friday AA Meetings in Hunter

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Vets For Sobriety
VA Middletown
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
4.34 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Aa For God
Oaks of Righteousness Church
Discussion, Open, Outdoor Meeting
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Just For Today
Oaks of Righteousness Church
Discussion, Open
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Monroe Better Way
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
Big Book, Closed, Discussion
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Monroe Yes
ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital
Discussion, Open
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Mid Day Sobriety Group
Springboro Franklin Club
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
5.17 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

A Way Of Life Group
Traditions Club
Discussion, Open
5.71 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Friday Nite Live Group
Traditions Club
Open, Speaker
5.71 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Grapevine Study
Traditions Club
Discussion, Open
5.71 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Lebanon 12 And 12
Entrance to the Park - yellow house
12 Steps & 12 Traditions, Discussion, Open
5.97 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Lebanon 12 And 12 Group
Colonial Park-Yellow house at the entrance to the park
12 Steps & 12 Traditions, Closed
5.97 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Sobriety For Lunch Bunch
St. John Lutheran Church
12 Steps & 12 Traditions, Open, Wheelchair Access
9.68 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Germantown Group
Train Depot, Veteran's Memorial Park
Discussion, Open
10.09 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Franklin St Group
Centerville Restoration Church UMC
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
11.7 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Big Book First 164 Pages
Sugarcreek Presbyterian Church
Big Book, Open
12.83 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Saturday AA Meetings in Hunter

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Monroe Better Way
Good Shepherd Lutheran Church
Closed, Discussion
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Monroe First Things First
ProMedica Monroe Regional Hospital
Discussion, Open
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Monroe Primary Purpose
AFL-CIO Hall
Big Book, Closed
5.07 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Mid Day Discussion Group
Springboro Franklin Club
Discussion, Open
5.17 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Wellsburg Saturday Night Group
Presbyterian Church
Open, Speaker
5.67 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Came To Believe
Traditions Club
Discussion, Open
5.71 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Chairmans Choice Group
Traditions Club
Discussion, Open
5.71 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Sw Ohio Area 56 [service Meeting]
St. John Lutheran Church
Closed, Discussion
9.68 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Big Book Discussion
Church Faith Baptist
Big Book, Open
10.18 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

One Step Closer
Miamisburg Christian Church
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
10.41 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Mason Saturday Night
Heritage Presby Church
Open, Speaker, Wheelchair Access
10.52 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Sauerkraut Saturday Group
St. Mary's Episcopal Church
Closed, Discussion
11.16 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

Saturdays Special
Centerville Restoration Church UMC
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
11.7 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

The Defiant Ones
Centerville Restoration Church UMC
Closed, Discussion
11.7 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

112 Big Book Study In Landon
Lakeview United Church of Christ In-person and Online
Big Book
12.53 miles from the center of Hunter, OH

If you can't find a meeting close to you at the time you're looking for, we recommend checking out nearby towns including: Red Lion, Blue Ball, Middletown, and Franklin

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

What is an AA Meeting?

An Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting is a place to share experiences and success stories with other alcoholics. This is a safe place for an alcoholic seeking sobriety to come in and ask for help. These meetings in Hunter, Ohio will help them build a support network to live a sober life. You will be invited in by your peers that have all lived and survived from a hopeless state of mind and body. Their survival of maintaining their sobriety is reliant on helping others and giving back to others the support that they received.

Selecting A meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous in Hunter, Ohio

There are a variety different AA meetings in Hunter, Ohio. prior to selecting the meeting that you are going to attend, it is beneficial to know the different types of AA meetings and what happens at each one.

Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous – 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 attend these meetings.

Closed Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous – A Closed meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous is only for those who have a desire to stop drinking. 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 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 talk through the duration of the meeting and an sometimes they open the floor to discussion at the end.

Alcoholics Anonymous Literature Meeting – A literature meeting commonly involves reading from one of the Alcoholics Anonymous 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 Alcoholics Anonymous step study usually 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 Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting can involve internal contemplation for a portion of the meeting or even the entire meeting. The meditation may be guided and is sometimes followed by an open discussion.

Traditions Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting – One or more of the Alcoholics Anonymous 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 Hunter Alcoholics Anonymous meeting is autonomous, they are able to run each meeting as they see fit. Some meeting formats may vary and you can also find Alcoholics Anonymous meetings in Hunter that do not. We recommend contacting the local Alcoholics Anonymous intergroup to find out more information on Alcoholics Anonymous Meetings in Hunter, Ohio, or navigating to aa.org to find out more information.

How to benefit the most from your first AA meeting in Hunter, Ohio

To benefit the most from your first AA meeting you need to walk through the front door willing to accept change and be open minded. Make sure to be ready to arrive early and stay late 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 let the group know this is your first meeting. Don’t forget to inquire about a meeting list, with contact information of the group members. Last, but certainly not least don’t be afraid to raise your hand and speak, let the group know what lead you to this meeting.