Saint Paul, Minnesota AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Saint Paul, 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 Saint Paul, Minnesota

Saint Paul, the state capital of Minnesota, has a rich history of addiction recovery programs. Saint Paul and Minneapolis are neighboring towns that comprise the “Twin Cities.” If you are dealing with substance use disorder and live or work in or near the local area, you may be interested in our directory of AA meetings in Saint Paul. Newcomers to AA may be interested in learning about the program’s tradition of providing a promise of anonymity to its members and other attendees. What is the significance of AA anonymity? Historically, the founders realized that many alcoholics were fearful of public exposure; they understood that protecting AA members from personal and public disclosure lends itself to a higher probability of people getting involved in the program. This safeguard has served as one of particular importance to beginners. AA Minnesota and all other chapters of the organization employ the 11th Tradition to ensure members keep from disclosing the names of other members outside the rooms of AA meetings. Therefore, when an AA meeting is announced publicly, there is a special code name given. Namely, when a meeting is announced publicly, you will see the notice for a “Friends of Bill W.” meeting. The reference is linked with the founder of AA, Bill Wilson.

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