Rochester, Minnesota AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Rochester, Minnesota to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Minnesota 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 Rochester, Minnesota

Rochester is an infamous city in the southern region of Minnesota. The town is well-known because of the renowned Mayo Clinic in Rochester. Like other cities across the country, Rochester is home to many people suffering from alcohol addiction. If you live in the Rochester area and are dealing with substance use disorder, you may be interested to learn about local AA meetings in Rochester. The AA Minnesota community offers a variety of meeting types and formats. For example, there are open and closed AA discussion meetings. Open meetings are those that anyone who wants to support a friend or family member in addiction recovery can attend. Closed meeting discussions are only available for those who wish to stop using alcohol. Non-drinkers, particularly friends and family members, should consider attending open meetings to learn more about the AA program and the 12-Step model of recovery. Speaker meetings are another type of supportive service offered by most AA groups. A speaker meeting involves an AA member who tells a personal recovery story to the rest of the group. Members often make introductions, starting with their name and admission to being an alcoholic. But it’s important to note that there is no requirement to speak at an AA meeting; you are free simply to listen.

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