Find AA Meetings in Napa County, California

Find AA meetings in Napa County, 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.

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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:30 AM A Day At A Time Napa A Day At A Time Online 2590 1st Street Napa
12:15 PM Open Book Group Open Book Group 1917 3rd Steet Napa
12:15 PM Hut Group Hut Group Online 2590 1st Street Napa
5:30 PM Thank God Its Friday Thank God Its Friday Online 402 Riverside Drive Napa
5:45 PM Beginners Meeting Napa Beginners Meeting Napa Online 2590 1st Street Napa
7:00 PM Chosen Ones Chosen Ones 100 California Drive Yountville
7:00 PM Grupo Una Vision Para Ti Grupo Una Vision Para Ti 1428 Spring Street St. Helena
7:00 PM NV Birthday Meeting NV Birthday Meeting Online 2590 1st Street Napa
7:00 PM Grupo Latino de Napa Grupo Latino de Napa 1510 Silverado Trail Napa
7:30 PM Grupo Volver A Creer Grupo Volver A Creer 2590 1st Street Napa
7:30 PM Friday Night at the Queen Friday Night at the Queen Online 1000 Trancas Street Napa
8:00 PM St Helena Discovery Group St Helena Discovery Group 1428 Spring Street St. Helena
8:00 PM Friday Night Candle Light Napa Friday Night Candle Light Online 2590 1st Street Napa

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Napa County, California AA meetings

Napa County is in the northern area of California, north of San Pablo Bay. For those in addiction recovery, our online directory of Napa County AA meetings may be of interest. Like other Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) organizations, AA California welcomes anyone who has a desire to quit drinking alcohol. There are no additional requirements to join AA. Alcoholics Anonymous is considered a fellowship of alcoholics with a primary mission to carry the message of recovery to others (by following the 12-Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous). The primary goal of AA is to help others who are suffering from the effects of alcohol misuse. It’s all about is joining an AA group, getting a sponsor, working the 12-Steps, having a spiritual awakening, carrying the message to others, and practicing the 12-Steps in everyday life. All of this leads to a life of sobriety. Some people need more structure than AA can provide (such as an inpatient or outpatient alcohol treatment program). In many instances, a person needs alcohol detox (available at a medical facility or inpatient treatment facility) to stop drinking alcohol safely. If you need a structured addiction recovery program, feel free to contact our friendly, knowledgeable treatment specialists today. We can help.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

St. Helena (17.8 Miles Away)
Napa (20.0 Miles Away)
Calistoga (23.5 Miles Away)
Kenwood (26.5 Miles Away)
Glen Ellen (27.5 Miles Away)
Vacaville (27.6 Miles Away)
Sonoma (28.4 Miles Away)
Fairfield (31.2 Miles Away)
Santa Rosa (33.3 Miles Away)
Suisun City (34.9 Miles Away)
Dixon (38.8 Miles Away)
Petaluma (39.5 Miles Away)

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