Find AA Meetings in Fairburn, Georgia

Find AA meetings in Fairburn, 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 Miracles Happen Peachtree City Miracles Happen 101 Carriage Lane Peachtree City
9:00 AM We Can Help Group We Can Help Group Online 206 Willowbend Road Peachtree City
9:00 AM Shining Light Shining Light 575 N Central Ave Hapeville
10:00 AM Turning Point Jonesboro Turning Point 1560 Commercial Court Jonesboro
10:30 AM Week Enders Hapeville Week Enders 575 N Central Ave Hapeville
11:00 AM Fayette New Beginning Group Fayette New Beginning Group 114 Hickory Road Fayetteville
11:00 AM New Start Kedron Drive New Start 500 Kedron Drive Peachtree City
12:00 PM Were Steppin We're Steppin 575 N Central Ave Hapeville
12:00 PM ABC Group Newnan ABC Group Online 2331 U.S. 29 Newnan
12:00 PM New Beginnings Hapeville New Beginnings 575 N Central Ave Hapeville
1:00 PM Steps to Life AA of South Fulton Group Steps to Life AA of South Fulton Group 4141 Old Fairburn Rd College Park
5:30 PM Clayton New Life Clayton New Life 1560 Commercial Court Jonesboro
6:30 PM We Can Help Group We Can Help Group 206 Willowbend Road Peachtree City
7:00 PM Happy Hour Fayetteville Happy Hour 175 East Lanier Avenue Fayetteville
7:00 PM Primary Purpose Newnan Primary Purpose 1250 Lora Smith Road Newnan
7:00 PM Hispanos de Douglasville Group Hispanos de Douglasville Group 8318 Duralee Lane Douglasville
8:00 PM Union Y Esperanza Union Y Esperanza 557 Mize Road Riverdale
8:00 PM Road to Freedom Palmetto Road to Freedom 502 Ramah Drive Palmetto
8:00 PM Cascade Atlanta Cascade Atlanta 2407 Cascade Road Southwest Atlanta
8:00 PM Newnan We Care Newnan We Care 2331 U.S. 29 Newnan

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Fairburn, Georgia AA meetings

Although it is now a closely linked suburb of Atlanta, Fairburn has a rich history of its own. The city in Fulton County, Georgia, also has a history of alcohol addiction. A portion of its population is dependent on alcohol. There are several treatment options for alcohol addiction such as drugs, detox, behavioral therapies, and mutual-support organizations such as Alcoholics Anonymous. Alcoholics Anonymous, or AA, has helped millions of people from all over the world overcome alcohol addiction and accomplish long-lasting sobriety. The global group support organization is widely successful, which is largely because of its immensely popular AA meetings. These alcohol counseling or “talk therapy” sessions are designed to change the drinking habits of participants. AA meetings educate and guide participants on how to better handle alcohol addiction, quit drinking, and how to avoid relapse. The knowledge and insights provided by AA meetings can help its participants and members to develop good habits and techniques that will help them immensely in their quest to overcome alcohol addiction. AA meetings are led by senior AA members who used the AA program to accomplish lasting sobriety. Locals of Fairburn can locate AA meetings in Fairburn with a quick search on alcoholicsanonymous.com. The directory site also lists AA meetings Georgia from other areas in the state.

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Palmetto (8.7 Miles Away)
College Park (9.3 Miles Away)
Fayetteville (13.7 Miles Away)
East Point (15.6 Miles Away)
Peachtree City (16.6 Miles Away)
Hapeville (19.0 Miles Away)
Atlanta (20.2 Miles Away)
Forest Park (20.7 Miles Away)
Newnan (21.0 Miles Away)
Jonesboro (21.6 Miles Away)
Morrow (23.1 Miles Away)
Douglasville (23.5 Miles Away)

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