Find AA Meetings in Sonora, California

Find AA meetings in Sonora, 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
12:00 PM Daily Reflections Discussion Group Tuesday Noon Discussion Daily Reflections Discussion Group 480 Park Ln Murphys
12:30 PM Sonora Mother Lode Group Tuesday Afternoon Rap Session Sonora Mother Lode Group 19421 Village Drive Sonora
5:30 PM Willow Springs Fellowship Tuesday Afternoon Discussion Willow Springs Fellowship Online 20522 Willow Springs Drive Soulsbyville
6:00 PM Sonora Mother Lode Group Tuesday Evening Back to Basics Sonora Mother Lode Group 19421 Village Drive Sonora
7:00 PM Turning Point Group Tuesday Evening Discussion Turning Point Group Tuesday Evening Discussion 18674 Cherokee Drive Twain Harte
7:00 PM Experience Strength and Hope Group Tuesday Evening Discussion Experience Strength and Hope Group 9 North Washington Street Sonora
7:00 PM Murphys Tuesday Evening Womens Book Study Murphys Online 65 Mitchler Street Murphys
7:00 PM The Other Jamestowm Meeting Tuesday Evening Discussion The Other Jamestowm Meeting 18299 5th Avenue Jamestown
7:00 PM How Group Tuesday Evening Discussion HOW Group 18829 Foote Street Groveland
7:00 PM 49er Group Tuesday Evening Mens 49er Group 1141 South Main Street Angels Camp
7:30 PM Carrying the Message Group Tuesday Evening Womens Carrying the Message Group 430 North Washington Street Sonora
8:00 PM Sonora Mother Lode Group Tuesday Evening Young Peoples Sonora Mother Lode Group 19421 Village Drive Sonora

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Sonora, California AA meetings

If you live in the county seat of Tuolumne County, California, and are struggling with alcohol addiction can help you find AA meetings Sonora CA. Founded by Mexican miners in the 18th century Sonora has facilitated Alcoholics Anonymous programs to help residents from its small population gain support for their drinking problems. Alcohol addiction has become a major public health issue in the United States attributing to many illnesses and deaths. Millions of people are diagnosed with a medical condition called alcohol use disorder. Alcohol use disorder (AUD) is when an individual becomes so addicted to drinking alcohol that they have major difficulties stopping even when it is destroying their lives. And even when they try to stop they suffer from withdrawal symptoms. There are several treatment methods that can be used to treat AUD such as detox or behavioral and support therapy and medications. Approved medications include Disulfiram, Naltrexone, and Acamprosate. A combination of medicated treatment and therapy is usually the most effective form of treatment. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) is a supportive therapy that has proven to be quite effective in the treatment of AUD. AA meetings are therapeutic sessions that help people suffering from AUD overcome the disorder and achieve long-term sustained sobriety.

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Jamestown (4.4 Miles Away)
Soulsbyville (10.6 Miles Away)
Tuolumne (11.1 Miles Away)
Twain Harte (13.9 Miles Away)
Angels Camp (17.0 Miles Away)
Murphys (18.4 Miles Away)
Copperopolis (20.0 Miles Away)
Groveland (21.0 Miles Away)
Arnold (28.3 Miles Away)
Mountain Ranch (30.6 Miles Away)
Oakdale (31.1 Miles Away)
La Grange (32.8 Miles Away)

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