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Find AA Meetings in McMinnville, Oregon

Find AA meetings in McMinnville, 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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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:30 AM Early Bird AA Early Bird AA 125 Southeast Cowls Street McMinnville
8:00 AM Sunrise Mc Minnville Sunrise Mc Minnville 544 Northeast 2nd Street McMinnville
12:00 PM Nooner McMinnville Nooner McMinnville Online 544 NE 2nd St McMinnville
6:00 PM Maze Meeting Maze Meeting 500 Northeast Davis Street McMinnville
7:00 PM Solo Por Hoy Just For Today Solo Por Hoy Just For Today 213 Northeast 10th Street McMinnville
8:00 PM NOBS Serenity Group NOBS Serenity Group 544 Northeast 2nd Street McMinnville
8:00 PM Ceased Fighting Ceased Fighting Online 915 South Cypress Street McMinnville
12:00 PM Road to Recovery Newberg Road to Recovery Newberg 2315 Villa Road Newberg
7:00 PM Finn Hill Big Book Study Finn Hill Big Book Study 11750 Northeast Finn Hill Loop Carlton
7:00 PM Amity Moving Forward Amity Moving Forward 203 Nursery Street Southeast Amity
7:30 PM Newberg Anonymous Newberg Anonymous 110 South Everest Road Newberg

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McMinnville, Oregon AA meetings

Recovering from an illness is a very demanding thing to do. And when you’re struggling against your mind, it makes it a lot harder. The problem of dealing with addiction is that it has influenced our brain in such a way that we have become dependent on its use to think and function properly. And when someone continuously gives in to this compulsive and uncontrollable desire, it is going to become more and more difficult to stop as our brain grows tolerant of and accustomed to the substance. Alcohol is one substance that has made millions of people sufferers of addiction and affected the lives of millions more. And community support groups like AA Oregon have been working for years to help these people suffering from Alcohol Use Disorder (AUD) get sober and forever abstain from the use of alcohol. In AA, the first thing a member has to do is give up the idea that one can recover on their own and has no control over the use of alcohol and therefore should never consume alcohol in their lives. AA meetings in McMinnville help members develop this and many other principles that they believe will help members recover and in turn also help others defeat their addiction.

Get Help With Alcohol Addiction

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  • Find the best meetings near you
  • Discover online or in-person meetings
  • Get 24-hour information on addiction
800-839-1686
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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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Keizer (29.0 Miles Away)
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Forest Grove (37.5 Miles Away)
Independence (37.8 Miles Away)
Monmouth (38.9 Miles Away)

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