Find AA Meetings in Gray, Georgia

Find AA meetings in Gray, 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
7:30 AM Early Birds Group Macon Early Birds Group 151 Woodfield Drive Macon
12:00 PM Twelve Steppers Group Macon Twelve Steppers Group 753 College Street Macon
12:00 PM New Freedom Group Macon New Freedom Group 1290 College Street Macon
12:00 PM We Are Not Saints Group Macon We Are Not Saints Group 595 Wimbish Road Macon
2:00 PM Action Group Macon Action Group 151 Woodfield Drive Macon
8:00 PM Northside Group Macon Northside Group Online 500 Bass Road Macon
8:00 PM Friendship Group Macon Friendship Group 151 Woodfield Drive Macon

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Gray, Georgia AA meetings

Gray is a city in Jones County, in the U.S. state of Georgia. Many people believe that only big cities have a rich history of alcohol addiction. Of course, that is not the case as many small cities and townships also have many residents who are dealing with alcohol addiction. In order to help them find peace and achieve sobriety, AA meetings in Gray have been established years ago. Being a part of AA meetings Georgia will give you a chance to attend whenever you feel the need. Also, meetings are being held on a regular basis in many different venues across the state. Moreover, attending AA meetings can completely transform a person’s point of view when it comes to alcohol addiction. On top of that, meetings raise awareness about all the negative effects of alcohol which also influences people to choose a healthier lifestyle. For instance, some of the most common effects of alcohol that have a negative impact on the body include liver damage, developing anxiety and depression, kidney failure, heart attacks, and more. Knowing all this will make people rethink their choices and possibly choose a different lifestyle. You can be one of them if you decide to give AA meetings a chance. And, you should as they can definitely help you find yourself again after years of struggle.

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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