AA Meetings Dayton, TN

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Below is a comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Dayton, Tennessee. The closest AA meeting to you is 22.79 miles away and meets on Monday at 7:00 PM. Click here for meetings today (Tuesday)!

Monday AA Meetings in Dayton

Mcminn County Support Group
Christ Community Church
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
22.79 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Athen’s Happy Hour Group
Cooke Ministry Center
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
23.28 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Bradley Group
ODAAT Clubhouse
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
24.29 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Bradley Group
ODAAT Clubhouse
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
24.29 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

8ish Group
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Whistle Stop Group
5228 Hixson Pike
Closed AA Step Meeting
28.59 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Highway 58 Group
Northminister Presbyterian Church
Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
29.74 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

A New Day Meeting
Parkridge Valley Adult
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
31.12 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Min Tom Group
Parkridge Valley Adult
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
31.12 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Crossville Nooners
Fourth Dimension Club House
Closed Discussion AA Meeting
31.71 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Non-smoking Step Meeting
Fourth Dimension Club House
Closed Discussion AA Meeting
31.71 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Roane County Unity
UMCUnited Methodist Church
Open Discussion AA Meeting
32.17 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Tuesday AA Meetings in Dayton

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Dunlap Fellowship Group
United Methodist Church
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
22.31 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Bradley Group
ODAAT Clubhouse
Big Book AA Meeting, Open AA Meeting
24.29 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Bradley Group
ODAAT Clubhouse
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
24.29 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

8ish Group
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Women’s Soberinity Women
Hixson Serenity
Closed Women's AA Meeting
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Whistle Stop Group
5228 Hixson Pike
Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
28.59 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Abc Group
Ooltewah United Meth Church
Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
29.14 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Turning Point Group
First Christian Church
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
29.58 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Poor Little Me Group
St Peters Episcopal Church
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
29.65 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

A New Day Meeting
Parkridge Valley Adult
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
31.12 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Crossville Nooners
Fourth Dimension Club House
Closed Discussion AA Meeting
31.71 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Serenity Group
Fourth Dimension Club House
Open Discussion AA Meeting
31.71 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Wednesday AA Meetings in Dayton

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Together We Can Group
Dayton Community Chapel
Big Book AA Meeting, Open AA Meeting
0.53 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Mcminn County Support Group
Christ Community Church
Big Book AA Meeting, Open AA Meeting
22.79 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Bradley Group
ODAAT Clubhouse
Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
24.29 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Bradley Group
ODAAT Clubhouse
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
24.29 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Highway 58 Group
Harrison United Methodist Church
Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
26.25 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

8ish Group
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Young At Heart Group
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Whistle Stop Group
5228 Hixson Pike
Big Book AA Meeting, Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
28.59 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

What’s The Point Group
Jones Memorial Methodist Church
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
30.32 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Spencer Mountain Group

Open Discussion AA Meeting
30.87 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

A New Day Meeting
Parkridge Valley Adult
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
31.12 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Back To Basics Group
Century 21 Building
Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
31.22 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Thursday AA Meetings in Dayton

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Dunlap Fellowship Group
United Methodist Church
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
22.31 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Bradley Group
ODAAT Clubhouse
Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
24.29 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Bradley Group
ODAAT Clubhouse
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
24.29 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Second Chance
Grace House
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
24.54 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

8ish Group
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Big Book AA Meeting, Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Whistle Stop Group
5228 Hixson Pike
Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
28.59 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Abc Group
Ooltewah United Meth Church
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
29.14 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Turning Point Group
Presbyterian Church
Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
29.31 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

East Chattanooga Group
St Johns United Methodist Church
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
30.06 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Struck Gold Group
White Oak Methodist
Closed Literature AA Meeting
30.32 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

A New Day Meeting
Parkridge Valley Adult
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
31.12 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Joy Of Living Group
Tyner United Methodist Church
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
31.16 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Friday AA Meetings in Dayton

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Together We Can Group
Dayton Community Chapel
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
0.53 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Sequoyah
Grace United Methodist Church
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
16.73 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Mcminn County Support Group
Christ Community Church
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
22.79 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Bradley Group
ODAAT Clubhouse
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
24.29 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Bradley Group
ODAAT Clubhouse
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
24.29 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

8ish Group
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Whistle Stop Group
5228 Hixson Pike
Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
28.59 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

What’s The Point Group
Jones Memorial Methodist Church
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
30.32 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

A New Day Meeting
Parkridge Valley Adult
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
31.12 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Crossville Group
Fourth Dimension Club House
Open Discussion AA Meeting
31.71 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Crossville Nooners
Fourth Dimension Club House
Closed Discussion AA Meeting
31.71 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Waldens Ridge Group
St. Timothy's Episcopal
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
31.84 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Saturday AA Meetings in Dayton

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Pikeville Group
First Southern Baptist Church
Open AA Meeting, Step Meeting
12.66 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Dunlap Fellowship Group
United Methodist Church
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
22.31 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Bradley Group
ODAAT Clubhouse
Big Book AA Meeting, Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
24.29 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Bradley Group
ODAAT Clubhouse
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
24.29 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Second Chance
Grace House
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
24.54 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Roane County Unity
Luminary UMC
Open Discussion AA Meeting
26.63 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

8ish Group
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Vision For You
Hixson Serenity
Open Meeting of Alcoholics Anonymous
28.4 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Whistle Stop Group
5228 Hixson Pike
Closed Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting
28.59 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Crossville Group
Fourth Dimension Club House
Open Discussion AA Meeting
31.71 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Crossville Nooners Men’s Stag
Fourth Dimension Club House
Closed Discussion AA Meeting
31.71 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Tansi Meeting
Tansi Community Church
Open Discussion AA Meeting
31.71 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

Signal Mountain Ladies Group Women
St. Timothy's Episcopal
Open Women's AA Meeting
31.84 miles from the center of Dayton, TN

If you can't find a meeting close to you at the time you're looking for, we recommend checking out nearby towns including: Graysville, Evensville, Sale Creek, and Decatur

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

What is an AA Meeting?

AA is a fellowship created to help its members achieve sobriety. Attendance is free at an Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting in Dayton, Tennessee as the funding is donated from its members.

AA is one of most commonly recognized programs in the United States and around the world that helps countless men and women overcome their dependence on alcohol in the pursuit of lifelong recovery. Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are commonly made up of small groups of individuals who share their experiences achieving sobriety and are there to help new members achieve sobriety.

The Best Method of Choosing an AA Meeting in Dayton, Tennessee

Alcohol Addiction is a disease of the mind, body, and soul. AA has curated meetings to assist with each individual piece of your sobriety. If you are in search of a meeting on the 1st three steps, beginner meetings are for you. If you are looking to explore your spiritual side, attending a meditation meeting can help. If you are in search of other people’s journeys to sobriety, a speaker meeting is where you need to be. If you have completed your steps and are now working on the traditions of AA, a traditions meetings will be beneficial. If you want to attend a group with just your gender, you can go to a men’s or women’s meeting where you wont find anyone of the opposite gender there. The fact of the matter is there is a meeting for everyone. Try them out until you find one that you feel most comfortable at.

How to Get The Most From an Alcoholics Anonymous Meeting in Dayton, Tennessee

In order to get the most out of your first Alcoholics Anonymous meeting you should remain open minded. Everyone had preconceived notions of what these meeting were and generally it is the same misconception. The most beneficial thing I was told was to sit down, stop talking, listen to the message, and modestly ask for help. At any meeting, the one constant will be message of recovering from a hopeless state of mind. 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 start with.