Find AA Meetings in Augusta, Georgia

Find AA meetings in Augusta, Georgia to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Georgia 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
8:00 AM North Augusta Central Group North Augusta Central Group 300 Riverside Boulevard North Augusta
8:00 AM Early Bird Group Augusta Early Bird Group 3232 Washington Road Augusta
8:00 AM Too Sleepy to Drink Group Too Sleepy to Drink Group 113 Camilla Avenue Augusta
12:00 PM Midday Group Augusta Midday Group 3501 Walton Way Extension Augusta
12:00 PM No Nipping Nooners Group No Nipping Nooners Group 113 Camilla Avenue Augusta
5:30 PM North Augusta Central Group North Augusta Central Group 300 Riverside Boulevard North Augusta
5:30 PM Last Call Group Augusta Last Call Group 1815 Central Avenue Augusta
6:00 PM Happy Hour Group Augusta Happy Hour Group Online 113 Camilla Avenue Augusta
6:45 PM Southside Group Augusta Southside Group 1 Freedom Way Augusta
7:00 PM Evans Group Evans Group 515 North Belair Road Evans
8:00 PM Hill Group Augusta Hill Group 2230 Walton Way Augusta
8:00 PM Just For Today Augusta Just For Today 1434 Poplar Street Augusta
8:30 PM National Hills Group National Hills Group 113 Camilla Avenue Augusta

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Augusta, Georgia AA meetings

Augusta, officially known as Augusta-Richmond County, is a consolidated city-county in the state of Georgia. A significant number of locals find themselves in a struggle with alcohol addiction and other alcohol use-related ailments. Alcohol addiction results in loss of inhibition, impaired judgment, and strained relationships. Friends and relations of residents battling alcohol use disorder are faced with the struggle to help their loved ones recover. However, only a few seek treatment for this condition. AA meetings Georgia hosts programs that aid affected persons on the journey to recovery. Alcoholics Anonymous is an organization established to offer persons struggling with alcohol use disorder guidance and support. Alcoholics Anonymous uses the famous 12-step approach to help affected persons deal with this condition. This approach has helped several members of Alcoholics Anonymous attain recovery on a long-term basis. AA meetings Augusta GA, also have the shared experience program for members to share their stories and stand together in solidarity. With a high sobriety rate on a long-term basis, AA meeting Georgia is a viable means to alcohol addiction recovery. Treatment processes include detoxification at inpatient facilities followed by medical examinations, prescription of medication, and counseling. You can also visit alcoholicsanonymous.com to locate treatment facilities and programs near you.

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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