Find AA Meetings in Lorain County, Ohio

Find AA meetings in Lorain County, Ohio to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Ohio 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
8:00 AM Veterans and Fiends Veterans and Fiends 441 Huron Street Elyria
2:00 PM Mens Discussion Westlake Mens Discussion Westlake 4538 Bradley Road Westlake
7:30 PM Keep it Simple Lorain Keep it Simple Lorain 2143 Homewood Drive Lorain
8:00 PM O Grafton Wednesday Night O Grafton Wednesday Night 1050 Novak Road Grafton

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Lorain County, Ohio AA meetings

Located in the middle of north-central Ohio on the shores of Lake Erie, Lorain County is home to more than 300,000 people but maintains a hometown atmosphere. Unfortunately, Lorain County is not untouched by the devastating effects of alcohol use disorder (AUD), a chronic disease whose trademarks include uncontrolled drinking, the inability to stop drinking without help, and trouble in relationships. AA meetings in Lorain County offer peer support and fellowship to help you get on the road to recovery. Those who experience AUD represent diverse people, and various meetings are provided to meet individual needs. Meetings for beginners, women’s only and men’s only meetings, LGBT meetings, etc., are a few of the unique meetings nearby. Use our directory to find a meeting to attend. AA membership is simple; there are no meeting fees or membership dues, and the only requirement is a desire to stop drinking. The AA program is explained in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous and is known as the 12 Steps of AA. It’s a spiritual self-improvement program that has been successfully used worldwide for almost a century. Members share their recovery stories in meetings; all members are invited to share but are welcome to listen until they are ready. AA Ohio meetings are a fellowship of like-minded folks willing to welcome you to their community. Those with severe AUD will benefit from participating in a rehabilitation program. To learn about the treatment programs near you, call our helpline for more information.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Amherst (3.2 Miles Away)
Elyria (4.2 Miles Away)
Sheffield Lake (9.4 Miles Away)
North Ridgeville (10.6 Miles Away)
Avon Lake (13.8 Miles Away)
Westlake (13.9 Miles Away)
Vermilion (15.1 Miles Away)
Grafton (15.6 Miles Away)
Wellington (20.9 Miles Away)
Wakeman (21.3 Miles Away)
Valley City (25.3 Miles Away)
Litchfield (28.6 Miles Away)

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