Find AA Meetings in Perry, Kansas

Find AA meetings in Perry, Kansas to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Kansas 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
7:00 AM Eye Opener Lawrence Eye Opener Online 1024 Kasold Drive Lawrence
7:00 AM Eye Opener Lawrence Eye Opener 1024 Kasold Drive Lawrence
12:00 PM Primary Purpose Group Topeka Primary Purpose Group Topeka 204 Southwest 8th Avenue Topeka
12:00 PM Freedom Kasold Drive Freedom Online 1024 Kasold Drive Lawrence
6:00 PM Sunshine Group Lawrence Sunshine Group 2415 Clinton Parkway Lawrence
8:00 PM Hunters Ridge Group Hunters Ridge Group 4211 Northwest Topeka Boulevard Topeka
8:00 PM Sunshine Group Lawrence Sunshine Group 2415 Clinton Parkway Lawrence
8:00 PM Phoenix Group Lawrence Phoenix Group Online 805 New Hampshire Street Lawrence
8:00 PM Grupo Una Vision Para Ti Lawrence Grupo una VISION para ti 925 Vermont Street Lawrence

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Perry, Kansas AA meetings

Perry is in Jefferson County, Kansas. AA meetings have been set up in several locations in Perry to help as many locals suffering from alcohol use disorder. Alcohol use disorder, an illness characterized by the compulsive intake of alcohol, is a relapsing disease that leads to a general decline in the affected individual’s quality of life. AA meetings in Kansas offer a suitable atmosphere for recovery by exposing participants to the care, guidance, and support of other members at different healing stages. The first step of treatment of alcohol use disorder is usually detoxification. Detoxification is followed up with medication and behavioral therapy. Behavioral therapy is necessary because it helps individuals recognize situations that trigger alcohol cravings and learn how to navigate such scenarios effectively. AA meetings in Perry have several therapy and counseling sessions where topics relating to the addiction and living an addiction-free life are discussed extensively. Some of these sessions are done in large groups, while others are more intimate. After-care services also ensure that members develop healthy habits that encourage sobriety. Start your recovery journey today by calling our specialists for information on recovery programs near you. You can also locate the AA meeting close to you using the AA directory published on alcoholicsanonymous.com.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Lawrence (15.6 Miles Away)
Topeka (21.0 Miles Away)
Tonganoxie (26.5 Miles Away)
Hollywood (31.9 Miles Away)
Baldwin City (36.5 Miles Away)
De Soto (38.2 Miles Away)
Carbondale (38.4 Miles Away)
Silver Lake (40.4 Miles Away)
Mayetta (40.5 Miles Away)
Auburn (40.8 Miles Away)
Basehor (41.0 Miles Away)
Bonner Springs (43.9 Miles Away)

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