Find AA Meetings in El Dorado, California

Find AA meetings in El Dorado, California to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in California includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 AM Mother Lode Mother Lode 677 Pleasant Valley Road Diamond Springs
7:30 AM High Flyers High Flyers Online 3077 Alhambra Dr Cameron Park
9:00 AM Mother Lode Mother Lode Online 677 Pleasant Valley Road Diamond Springs
10:00 AM Sisters of Sobriety Placerville Sisters of Sobriety Placerville 3109 Sacramento Street Placerville
10:30 AM High Flyers High Flyers Online 3077 Alhambra Dr Cameron Park
12:00 PM Mother Lode Mother Lode 677 Pleasant Valley Road Diamond Springs
12:00 PM High Flyers In Person Online High Flyers In Person Online 3077 Alhambra Dr Cameron Park
5:30 PM High Flyers High Flyers 3077 Alhambra Dr Cameron Park
7:00 PM High Flyers High Flyers Online 3077 Alhambra Dr Cameron Park
7:30 PM Mother Lode Mother Lode 677 Pleasant Valley Road Diamond Springs

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El Dorado, California AA meetings

El Dorado is an unincorporated community in El Dorado County, California. For those with alcohol addiction living or working in the local area, our online directory of AA meetings in El Dorado may be helpful.

If you are new to AA meetings California, you may have many questions about the Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) program. One of the essential things to keep in mind concerning AA’s addiction recovery program is that it is not a do-it-yourself program. AA’s primary goal is for its members to carry the message of hope to other recovering people. In the early days of AA, the founders discovered that unless they assisted others in getting sober, they could not keep their sobriety. This demand to carry the message of a person’s experience, strength, and hope is why the early AA members started the sponsorship program.

A sponsor is a mentor who assists other group participants work the 12 Step program of Alcoholics Anonymous. A sponsor shares their AA recovery story and works with a sponsee individually to help the newcomer get sober. When you attend your very first AA meeting, you might be surprised at the warm reception you will get from the group members. Many AA groups have volunteer sponsors ready to begin working with newcomers as soon as they show up at their first meeting. This temporary sponsorship can evolve into a long-term relationship or serve as a temporary situation until you find a permanent sponsor. The idea is to get help and support for newcomers as soon as possible.

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

Not finding the meeting you are looking for in El Dorado? Find other AA meetings in California for more times, types and availabilities.

Shingle Springs (8.1 Miles Away)
Diamond Springs (9.0 Miles Away)
Placerville (10.1 Miles Away)
Cameron Park (11.7 Miles Away)
Somerset (12.1 Miles Away)
Plymouth (12.6 Miles Away)
Rescue (13.6 Miles Away)
Fiddletown (14.9 Miles Away)
El Dorado Hills (20.9 Miles Away)
Coloma (21.7 Miles Away)
Garden Valley (24.5 Miles Away)
Folsom (26.0 Miles Away)

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