Find AA Meetings in Middleville, Michigan

Find AA meetings in Middleville, Michigan to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Michigan 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
7:15 AM Breton Road Early Birds Breton Road Early Birds 3334 Breton Rd SE Kentwood
9:00 AM Young to Old Young to Old 301 South Michigan Avenue Hastings
12:00 PM Young to Old Young to Old 301 South Michigan Avenue Hastings
12:00 PM Attitude Adjustment Kentwood Attitude Adjustment Kentwood 3334 Breton Rd SE Kentwood
12:00 PM AA in the Country AA in the Country 9669 Kraft Avenue Southeast Caledonia
7:00 PM Way of Life Wayland Way of Life Wayland 411 East Superior Street Wayland
7:00 PM 12 Steps to Freedom Wayland 12 Steps to Freedom Wayland 303 East Elm Street Wayland
7:00 PM Young to Old Young to Old 301 South Michigan Avenue Hastings
7:00 PM Spiritual Awakenings Spiritual Awakenings 315 West Center Street Hastings
7:00 PM Middleville Miracles Middleville Miracles 111 Church Street Middleville
7:00 PM Cherry Valley Cherry Valley 204 East Main Street Southeast Caledonia
8:00 PM Freeport AA Group Freeport AA Group 208 South State Street Freeport
8:00 PM Byron Center Byron Center 8350 Byron Center Avenue Southwest Byron Center

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Middleville, Michigan AA meetings

Middleville is a village located in Barry County, in the state of Michigan. It is a nice place to live, but one downside is that there are some residents who are dealing with Alcohol Use Disorder and need help. The situation is not getting better and this small village has organized AA meetings in Middleville. These meetings are a part of the AA meetings Michigan recovery program and represent a great solution for those individuals who are struggling with alcohol-related issues. They are open to anyone and completely free of charge. If you suspect that your drinking is getting out of hand, then these meetings are for you as well. Although they will help out individuals who have been drinking for a long time, anyone can join and learn valuable life stories and experiences from others. If not treated on time, Alcohol Use Disorder can lead to severe health issues during time. Some of them include high blood pressure, anxiety, liver damage, kidney failure, and many more. It is very important to maintain your health, and by taking part and visiting AA meetings you will make sure that you say no to alcohol and stay sober for a long time. It may be a hard decision to do, but every new step is difficult at first. After some time, you will see the real value of these meetings and start getting your life under control.

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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