Find AA Meetings in Durand, Illinois

Find AA meetings in Durand, 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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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
12:00 PM Upper Room Upper Room 894 West Riverside Boulevard Rockford
5:15 PM Upper Room Upper Room 894 West Riverside Boulevard Rockford
6:00 PM Muddy River Muddy River 318 West Main Street Rockton
7:00 PM Sister Blandine Big Book Group Sister Blandine Big Book Group 807 East Exchange Street Brodhead
7:30 PM Thursday Night Group Beloit Thursday Night Group Beloit 939 Liberty Avenue Beloit
8:00 PM Upper Room Upper Room 894 West Riverside Boulevard Rockford

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Durand, Illinois AA meetings

The village of Durand, Illinois is in Winnebago County, and is part of the Rockford Metropolitan Statistical Area. For anyone seeking support for their efforts to overcome an addiction to alcohol, there are AA meetings in Durand. AA meetings Illinois have helped generations of people maintain their sobriety and stay focused on their goals. Although they were once entirely based on the Alcoholics Anonymous 12-steps philosophy, there are many types of AA meetings today. There are LGBTQI+ friendly meetings, men- or women-only meetings, candlelight meetings, discussion topic meetings, and more. The overall strength of the organization, however, remains the same—free gatherings for peer to peer recovery support. AA members find themselves benefiting just as much from the help that they offer as they help that they receive. Opening up and taking part in the community ensures that they never feel alone, and that they never lose touch with the self-acceptance and self-awareness needed to maintain lasting sobriety. Most people begin their recovery with professional treatment at an addiction rehab facility, and then reinforce and support what they learned in treatment by attending AA meetings after they complete a treatment program.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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Rockton (21.1 Miles Away)
Orfordville (22.5 Miles Away)
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Machesney Park (25.5 Miles Away)
Loves Park (26.4 Miles Away)
Roscoe (26.5 Miles Away)
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Monroe (30.5 Miles Away)
Caledonia (32.7 Miles Away)

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