Find AA Meetings in Georgetown, California

Find AA meetings in Georgetown, 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
7:00 AM Auburn Fellowship Auburn Fellowship 244 Palm Avenue Auburn
10:00 AM Auburn Fellowship Palm Avenue Auburn Fellowship Palm Avenue Online 244 Palm Avenue Auburn
12:00 PM Mother Lode Mother Lode 677 Pleasant Valley Road Diamond Springs
12:00 PM Auburn Fellowship Auburn Fellowship 244 Palm Avenue Auburn
6:00 PM Rescue Mens Stag Rescue Mens Stag 4180 Green Valley Road Rescue
6:30 PM Womens Reflections Group Womens Reflections Group 3109 Sacramento Street Placerville
6:30 PM Primary Purpose Book Study Primary Purpose Book Study 4253 Fowler Lane Diamond Springs
7:00 PM Men At Work Placerville Men At Work Online 937 Spring Street Placerville
7:00 PM Colfax Fellowship Virtual Meeting Colfax Fellowship Virtual Meeting Online 59 Church Street Colfax
7:30 PM Georgetown Group Georgetown Group 2853 Church Street Georgetown
7:30 PM Mother Lode Mother Lode 677 Pleasant Valley Road Diamond Springs
7:30 PM Eden Valley At Applegate Group Virtual Meeting Eden Valley At Applegate Group Virtual Meeting Online 18014 Applegate Road Colfax

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Georgetown, California AA meetings

AA California meetings are being held all around the state to support people who are currently trying to deal with Alcohol use disorder. Alcohol use disorder is a brain disorder that happens when a person drinks excessively to a point where their body becomes dependent upon it. When this situation occurs the body requires alcohol to function. The basic symptom s of a person that has AUD include long periods of intoxication, having work or financial problems due to drinking, losing interest in food or any extra activities, being careless about personal appearance, experiencing blackouts, driving while intoxicated, hurting oneself or someone else while drunk, hiding liquor bottles to hide evidence of drinking and mood swings or personality changes. Most people dealing with AUD don’t seek help because they don’t acknowledge that they have a problem. So if you or a loved one have some of the symptoms listed above then you might be at risk for developing AUD and should consider looking into getting professional help. AA meetings in Georgetown provide individuals with space to openly discuss their struggles and work towards improving their lives. Alcohol use disorder can be a real serious issue if it is left untreated.

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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Diamond Springs (23.6 Miles Away)
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