AA Meetings Nashville, OH

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Below is a comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Nashville, Ohio. The closest AA meeting to you is 6.96 miles away and meets on Friday at 7:00 PM.

Monday AA Meetings in Nashville

Wooster Monday Night Open
Trinity United Church of Christ
Open
16.78 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Lead
Trinity United Church OC
Open, Speaker
16.78 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Wooster Monday Noon Big Book Open
St. James Episcopal Church
Big Book, Open
16.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Nuts BB
St. James Episcopal Church
Big Book, Closed, Discussion
16.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Bellville Big Book
St Paul Lutheran
Big Book, Discussion, Open
21.09 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Morning discussion
Trinity Lutheran Church
Discussion, Open
21.32 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Keeping It Real Women
Trinity Lutheran Church
Discussion, English, Open, Women
21.32 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Monday Night 12 and 12
Trinity Lutheran Church
Discussion, Open, Step Meeting, Tradition Study
21.32 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Mount Vernon Expect a Miracle Group
Faith Lutheran Church
Open, Speaker
23.38 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Open Lead
Faith Lutheran
Open, Speaker
23.46 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

We Care Group
St. John's UCC
Discussion, Open
23.79 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Sobriety 101
St. John's UCC
Discussion, Open
23.79 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

BW4 Big Book
Central Club
Big Book, Closed, Discussion
23.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Downtown Lead
Central Club
Open, Speaker
23.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Get Up and Go Meeting of AA
First Presbyterian Church
Discussion, Open, Step Meeting
23.98 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Tuesday AA Meetings in Nashville

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Millersburg Open
Millersburg Presbyterian Church
Open
10.66 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Millersburg Lead
Millersburg Presb. Church
Open, Speaker
10.66 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Wooster Serenity Big Book Open
St. James Church
Big Book, Open
16.74 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Alkies Lunch Bunch Open
St. James Episcopal Church
Open
16.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Alkies Lunch Bunch
St. James Episcopal Church
Discussion, Open
16.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Serenity BB
St. James Episcopal Church
Big Book, Closed, Discussion
16.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

BB Study
Pathway
Big Book, Closed, Discussion
17 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Tuesday Serenity Big Book Discussion Open
Christmas Run Park
Big Book, Discussion, Open
17.03 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Women in Sobriety Closed Women
St. Mary's Church of the Immaculate Conception
Closed, Women
17.18 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Women in Sobriety Women
St. Mary Catholic Church
Closed, Discussion, Women
17.18 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Kokosing Valley Group
Journey Church
Closed, Discussion
17.52 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Ashland Tuesday Nite Open
First Presbyterian Church
Open, Wheelchair Access, Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
21.76 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Ashland Tuesday Night AA
First Presbyterian Church
Open, Speaker, Wheelchair Access
21.79 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Howard
Journey Church
Closed, Discussion
23.7 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Tuesday Night Lighthouse
Ridgeway Church of God
Discussion, Open
23.83 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Wednesday AA Meetings in Nashville

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Worthington Group
Worthington Presbyterian Church
Concurrent with Al-Anon, Open, Speaker, Wheelchair Access
16.25 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Wooster Wednesday 12x12x12 Open
St. James Episcopal Church
Open, Step Meeting
16.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Wooster Closed Mens Closed Men
St. James Episcopal Church
Closed, Men
16.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

123
Steps at Liberty Center
Closed, Discussion, Step Meeting
16.97 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Turn a New Leaf
St. Mary Catholic Church
Discussion, Open
17.18 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Morning discussion
Trinity Lutheran Church
Discussion, Open
21.32 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Brown Bag Lunch
St. John's UCC
Discussion, Open
23.79 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

YANA
First United Methodist Church
Discussion, Open
23.84 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

BW4 Big Book
Central Club
Big Book, Closed, Discussion
23.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Wed Night Mens Men
Athens Greek Restaurant
Closed, Discussion, Men
23.96 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Mount Vernon Nothing Else Worked BB Study Group
Mulberry Street United Methodist Church
Big Book, Open
24 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Nothing Else Works
Mulberry St. United Methodist Church
Big Book, Discussion, Open
24 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

As Bill Sees It
St. Paul's Parish House
Closed, Discussion
24 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Breakfast Club
Grace Episcopal Church
Open, Speaker, Wheelchair Access
24.3 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Women Suffer Too Women
First Wesleyan Church
Discussion, Open, Women
24.56 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Thursday AA Meetings in Nashville

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Danville Where There's a Will There's a Way
Saint Luke's Community Center
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
12.88 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Fredericksburg Open
Fredericksburg Presbyterian Church
Open
13.88 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Fredericksburg
Presbyterian Church
Open, Speaker
13.88 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Wooster Early Bird Discussion Open
St. James Episcopal Church
Discussion, Open
16.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Early Bird Discussion
St. James Episcopal Church
Discussion, Open
16.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Lighthouse Womens Women
Beacon House Staff
Closed, Discussion, Women
17.39 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Lighthouse Womens Open Women
WRTC
Open, Women
19.37 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Gambier Alive Again
Church of the Holy Spirit
Closed, Discussion
21.51 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Alive Again
Church of the Holy Spirit
Closed, Discussion
21.51 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Ashland Thursday Nite Open
St. Edwards Catholic Church
Open, Panel
21.88 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Ashland Thu Night AA
St. Edwards Catholic Church
Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
21.88 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Where theres a will
St. Lukes Community Center
Discussion, Open
23.7 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Recovery Road
Central Club
Discussion, Open
23.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

BW4 Big Book
Central Club
Big Book, Closed, Discussion
23.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Womens Caring and Sharing Women
Central Club
Closed, Discussion, Women
23.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Friday AA Meetings in Nashville

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12 and 12
New Hope Comm. Church
Discussion, Open, Step Meeting, Tradition Study
6.96 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Wooster Brown Baggers Open
St. James Episcopal Church
Open
16.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Brown Baggers
St. James Episcopal Church
Discussion, Open
16.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Were Here Because Were Not All There Open
Oasis Recovery Club
12 Steps & 12 Traditions, Open
16.97 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Gambier Friday Afternoon Drunkards Club
Epworth United Methodist
Discussion, Open
21.15 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

FADC
Epworth Methodist Church
Discussion, Open
21.15 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Morning discussion
Trinity Lutheran Church
Discussion, Open
21.32 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Friday Morning BB
St. John's UCC
Big Book, Discussion, Open
23.79 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Friday Spiritual Group
St. John's UCC
Discussion, Open
23.79 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

BW4 Big Book
Central Club
Big Book, Closed, Discussion
23.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Young Peoples
Central Club
Discussion, Open
23.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Friday Night Group
St. Paul's Parish House
Discussion, Open
24 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Lexington 24 Hour Group
United Methodist Church of the Cross
Open, Speaker
24.18 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

24 Hour Group
Church of the Cross
Open, Speaker
26.24 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Creston Easy Does It Open
Creston Methodist Church
Open
28.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Saturday AA Meetings in Nashville

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Shreve Saturday Night Open
Shreve United Methodist Church
Open
7.72 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Shreve Saturday Night
Shreve United Methodist Church
Open, Speaker
7.72 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Saturday Night Lead
Butler Branch Library
Open, Speaker, Wheelchair Access
16.65 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Phoenix
St. James Episcopal Church
Discussion, Open
16.74 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

BB Discussion
Trinity Lutheran Church
Big Book, Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
21.32 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Saturday Night Beginners
St. John's UCC
Discussion, Open
23.79 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

BW4 Big Book
Central Club
Big Book, Closed, Discussion
23.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Mens Discussion
St. Paul's Parish House
Closed, Discussion
24 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Womens BB Study Women
St. Paul's Parish House
Closed, Discussion, Women
24 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Mt Vernon Saturday Night
St. Paul's Parish House
Open, Speaker
24 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Saturday Morning BB
First Congregational Church
Big Book, Discussion, Open, Wheelchair Access
24.74 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Saturday Night BB
First Congregational Church
Big Book, Closed, Discussion
24.74 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

West Salem Saturday Night Open
St. Steven's Lutheran Church
Open
26.13 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

West Salem Saturday Night
St. Stephen's Church
Open, Speaker, Wheelchair Access
26.13 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Kenton Fellowship Group
First United Methodist Church
Discussion, Open
30.53 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Sunday AA Meetings in Nashville

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Big Book
New Hope Comm. Church
Big Book, Discussion, Open
6.96 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Shreve Sunday Night AA Big Book Open
Shreve Presbyterian Church
Big Book, Open
7.71 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

AA Big Book
Shreve Presbyterian Church
Big Book, Closed, Discussion
7.71 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Wooster Sunday Night Open
St. James Episcopal Church
Discussion, Open
16.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Wooster Sunday Night
St. James Episcopal Church
Discussion, Open
16.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Knights of Sobriety Closed Men
Pathway House
Closed, Floating Format, Men, No Children
17 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Sun Night Closed
Trinity Lutheran Church
Closed, Discussion, Wheelchair Access
21.32 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

7-11 Meeting
Allentown United Methodist Church
Open Speaker AA Meeting, Discussion
22.06 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

BW4 Big Book Study
Central Club
Big Book, Closed, Discussion
23.87 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Big Book Study
St. Paul's Parish House
Big Book, Closed, Discussion
24 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Open Discussion
Belmont Community Church
Discussion, Open
24.18 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Sunday Night Lead
Grace Episcopal Church
Open, Speaker
24.3 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Sunday Morning Spirituality Men
First Wesleyan Church
Closed, Discussion, Men
24.56 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Orrville 12 Step Closed
St. Agnes Church
Closed, Discussion, Step Meeting
24.86 miles from the center of Nashville, OH

Dundee Sunday Night Group
St. John's Lutheran Church
Closed, Discussion, Outdoor Meeting
26.44 miles from the center of Nashville, 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: Big Prairie, Glenmont, Loudonville, and Shreve.

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

What is an AA Meeting?

Alcoholics Anonymous is a program created to help alcoholics achieve sobriety. Attendance is free at a meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous in Nashville, OH as the funding is voluntarily contributed from its members.

Alcoholics Anonymous is one of most commonly recognized programs in the United States and around the world that helps countless men and women achieve sobriety in the pursuit of lifelong recovery. They are usually small groups of individuals who share their experiences getting sober and are there to help new members achieve sobriety.

How to Choose an Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting in Nashville, OH

It is important when coming to Alcoholics Anonymous that you pick 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 only for new comers but is a meeting that motivates members to speak their truth and accept help. The next type of meeting would be a single gender meeting, which is only open to either men or women. A Closed meeting simply means the group is closed to any discussion that does not involve how to stay sober from alcohol. Talking about any other illicit substances is not allowed. A Step Study is a gathering that is simply a specific step and spoken about in length regarding the best approach to working this step and applying it to your daily life. Traditions meetings are focused around the 12 traditions of Alcoholics Anonymous. The 12 traditions are not the same as the 12 steps. The traditions are built to maintain order throughout Alcoholics Anonymous and maintaining accountability to these traditions is the reason you can walk into an Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting anywhere in across the globe to hear the same message.

How to Get The Most From an Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting in Nashville, OH

The most successful members of Alcoholics Anonymous have found success through going more for the program than just attending meetings. For addicts who are attending their first AA meeting and really want to get sober, we advise following the suggestions of the AA members that have successfully stayed sober for sometime.

It is important that you accept where you are at with you sobriety and accept help. Part of staying sober is helping the new attendees of Alcoholics Anonymous in Nashville stay sober, so people are going to be more than willing to help you not drink too. Stand up, introduce yourself, admit that you need help.