Blue Island, Illinois AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Blue Island, Illinois to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Illinois 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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Find AA meetings in Blue Island, Illinois

Blue Island is a city in Cook County, Illinois, located approximately 16 miles (26 km) south of Chicago’s Loop; the town is adjacent to Chicago and shares its northern boundary with the Morgan Park neighborhood. If you live or work in or near Morgan Park and have an alcohol addiction, you may want to view our online directory of AA meetings in Blue Island.
The transition to a new addiction recovery program can be difficult for many people, particularly for newcomers. Initial learning can be challenging, such as deciphering AA lingo and learning how meetings operate. For example, beginners may be confused by the difference between an AA meeting and an AA group. Meetings of Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) groups occur in designated locations (such as a local church, school, or Alano Club). There are often several different meeting types and various days of the week and times that AA group’s schedule meetings. You can find these AA meetings listed on the AA meetings Ohio directory. You may find men’s groups, women’s groups, doctor’s groups, or lawyer’s groups, among others, on the meeting directory; these are called specialty groups. In keeping with AA’s Traditions, everyone is welcome to join any group provided they desire to quit drinking, regardless of whether they meet the criteria for membership in a specialty group. An AA group is defined as people who gather with the same goal of achieving sobriety, regardless of their gender, race, ethnicity, or career. An AA meeting, on the other hand, involves AA group members and participants (who have not yet joined AA) who meet at a specific time and location.

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