St. Francis, Minnesota AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in St. Francis, 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 St. Francis, Minnesota

St. Francis is a city located in two counties, including Isanti and Anoka counties, in Minnesota. The town was named after an Italian Catholic friar named St. Francis of Assisi. Some good local options are available for those searching for treatment solutions, such as AA meetings in St. Francis. So, what happens at an AA meeting? There are several different formats and meeting types. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) offers an alcohol treatment option that has worked to help millions of people with addiction get sober and stay sober. Meeting types include open meetings (for anyone who wants to attend) and closed meetings (available only to those who wish to stop drinking). Speaker meetings feature an AA member who shares a personal recovery story with the rest of the group. A 12-Step study group meeting is a group in which each meeting focuses on studying one of the 12-Steps. Sponsorship involves a 1:1 peer relationship with longer-term AA members helping newcomers work the 12-Steps. If you are unsure whether AA is the best program for you, you may want to attend AA Minnesota open meetings (such as those in St. Francis). Attending open meetings is an excellent way to learn about AA and find out what the program can do for you. Some people find that in the beginning, they need intensive treatment, such as a rehab program. If you have any questions, contact one of our treatment specialists. We can help you find a program that best fits your recovery needs.

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