Find AA Meetings in Rapid City, South Dakota

Find AA meetings in Rapid City, South Dakota to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in South Dakota 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
6:00 AM Breakfast Big Book Meeting Breakfast Big Book Meeting 211 Cambell St Rapid City
6:45 AM Early Risers Rapid City Early Risers 325 Deadwood Ave Rapid City
12:00 PM Rule 62 Noon Group Rule 62 Noon Group 325 Deadwood Ave Rapid City
12:00 PM Noon Luncheon Group Noon Luncheon Group Online 325 Deadwood Ave Rapid City
5:30 PM Intuit Women 12 X 12 Group Intuit Women 12 X 12 Group 629 Kansas City St Rapid City
5:30 PM Happy Hour Group Rapid City Happy Hour Group 325 Deadwood Ave Rapid City
5:30 PM Black Hills Womens Step Study Black Hills Womens Step Study 325 Deadwood Ave Rapid City
6:45 PM A Way Out for Women A Way Out for Women Online 3500 Canyon Lake Drive Rapid City
7:00 PM Rapid City Group No 1 Rapid City Group No 1 325 Deadwood Ave Rapid City
7:00 PM Pennington Co Jail Meeting Pennington Co Jail Meetings 307 St Joseph St Rapid City
7:00 PM Monday Night Mens Group Rapid City Monday Night Men's Group 4500 Jackson Blvd Rapid City
7:00 PM 24 Hr Recovery Group 24 Hr Recovery Group 330 E Anamosa St Rapid City
7:30 PM Keep It Simple Group Rapid City Keep It Simple Group 629 Kansas City Street Rapid City

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Rapid City, South Dakota AA meetings

Rapid City is located in the western part of South Dakota in Pennington County and is one of the most populous cities in the state. Unfortunately, many residents struggle with alcohol use disorders, and this should not be overlooked. Alcohol addiction is a chronic ailment that affects millions of Americans, and several reports show that many diagnosed cases are left unattended. There is good news for affected persons, as AA meetings in Rapid City are inexpensive and very effective ways they can begin rehabilitation and work towards long-lasting sobriety. Unlike is commonly misconstrued, it is never too late to begin treatment, no matter how severe the alcohol use disorder may seem. Alcoholics Anonymous employs a communal-structured strategy, where members meet regularly to share their addiction experiences and encourage each other to stay sober and pursue more fulfilling life causes, engage in mediations, and offer helpful tips to help manage this lifestyle-induced ailment. There is no segregation or shaming of individuals across AA meetings South Dakota, and the only requirement for membership is a genuine desire to quit alcohol intake. You can check our AA directory on this website to find nearby meeting groups that you or your loved one can join. Our specialists offer phone support and can assist if you seek professional treatment programs.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

Not finding the meeting you are looking for in Rapid City? Find other AA meetings in South Dakota for more times, types and availabilities.

Black Hawk (9.8 Miles Away)
Box Elder (12.8 Miles Away)
Keystone (25.6 Miles Away)
Hermosa (27.0 Miles Away)
Custer (45.7 Miles Away)
Deadwood (51.6 Miles Away)
Lead (52.7 Miles Away)
Whitewood (53.8 Miles Away)
Spearfish (67.9 Miles Away)
Wall (79.8 Miles Away)
Belle Fourche (82.1 Miles Away)
Newcastle (83.2 Miles Away)

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