Columbia County, Oregon AA Meetings

Find AA meetings in Columbia County, Oregon to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Oregon 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 Columbia County, Oregon

You can find AA meetings in Columbia County to assist you on your journey to recovery from alcohol use disorder. An AA meeting is an excellent way to share your story with like-minded people who also have alcohol use disorder. A variety of different types of groups make up AA in Oregon, so find the one that will best fit your needs and goals. Here are a few types of AA groups. Open meetings are a type of group that is open to anyone who might be interested in learning about AA regardless of status with alcohol use disorder. The meetings are generally led by a trained leader.. At most Open meetings, there will be a prelude or introduction by a member to give everyone a brief overview of the basics of AA. After this is finished, there are often small group discussions or larger group sharings. Closed meetings are groups meant only for members of AA. Before joining this type of group, you must have joined AA having met the requirement of having the desire to stop using alcohol. There are meetings that are specifically designed for certain demographics. LGBT AA meetings are available as are meetings for men only and meetings for women only. If you’re looking for more than just AA meetings in Columbia County, call our specialists today.

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