Find AA Meetings in Sussex County, Delaware

Find AA meetings in Sussex County, Delaware to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Delaware 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 PM Daily Reflections Thursday Daily Reflections Online Online Sussex County
7:00 AM Wake Up Call Grapevine Wake Up Call Group Online 20271 Beaver Dam Road Harbeson
8:00 AM Real Alcoholics Millsboro Real Alcoholics Online 32051 Long Neck Road Millsboro
10:00 AM Seaside Discussion Thursday Angola Seaside Group 32682 Angola Road Lewes
12:00 PM Open Arms Thursday Open Arms Group 203 North Bedford Street Georgetown
6:30 PM Seaside Step Thursday Night Angola Seaside Group 32682 Angola Road Lewes
6:30 PM Delmar Living Sober Delmar Living Sober 100 North 10th Street Delmar
6:30 PM Bring Your Own Big Book Milton Milton BYOBB 114 Federal Street Milton
8:00 PM Laurel Thursday Discussion Laurel Thursday Discussion 600 South Central Avenue Laurel
8:00 PM Step it Up Georgetown Step It up Group 122 East Pine Street Georgetown
8:00 PM Frankford Thursday Night Frankford Thursday Night Group 30897 Omar Road Frankford
8:00 PM Oak Orchard Discussion Oak Orchard Third Tradition Group 32615 Oak Orchard Road Millsboro

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Sussex County, Delaware AA meetings

For people experiencing the adverse effects of alcohol use disorder (AUD), AA meetings in Sussex County, Delaware, offer support. The largest county in the state today, Sussex, was founded as a whaling colony in 1631. People with AUD typically find they can’t stop or control alcohol use even though they struggle in their professional and personal relationships. Recovery from AUD is possible, but many people find they cannot do it on their own. Alcoholics Anonymous has been providing peer support groups to help people recover for nearly a century. Membership in AA is free, with the only requirement being a desire to stop drinking. Participants in AA meetings use the 12 Steps of AA as a framework for self-examination and growth; some groups study from the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous—where the 12-step program is found and then discuss it as a group. Other groups study other AA literature. Whatever the group is studying, practicing the 12-steps is the structure of healing. In meetings, members have time to share their recovery stories, including where they were when they were drinking, what happened to bring them to recovery, and where they are now that they are successfully navigating lives without alcohol. Sharing is not mandatory, but all members are invited to participate. Find AA meetings in Delaware in our online directory.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Georgetown (5.9 Miles Away)
Millsboro (14.2 Miles Away)
Harbeson (19.1 Miles Away)
Lewes (22.2 Miles Away)
Frankford (24.6 Miles Away)
Delmar (25.5 Miles Away)
Rehoboth Beach (26.2 Miles Away)
Selbyville (28.2 Miles Away)
Parsonsburg (29.7 Miles Away)
Ocean View (32.2 Miles Away)
Harrington (32.8 Miles Away)
Salisbury (34.1 Miles Away)

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