Find AA Meetings in Bayview, Texas

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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
12:00 PM SPI Group SPI Group 1200 State Park Rd 100 #9 Port Isabel Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
6:30 PM Loaves & Fishes Meeting Loaves & Fishes 514 S E St Harlingen Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:30 PM Candlelight Group Laguna Vista 30640 Holly Beach Rd Port Isabel Big Book   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM Turning Point Group – San Benito First United Methodist Church 400 N Sam Houston Blvd San Benito Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM After 12 Group (Brownsville) First Presbyterian Church 435 Palm Blvd Brownsville Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:00 PM New Hope Group (Harlingen) 205 W Adams Ave, Harlingen, TX 78550, USA 205 W Adams Ave Harlingen English   Open Meeting   Step Meeting

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Bayview, Texas AA Meetings

Bayview is a town in Cameron County, Texas. The city has had some cases of alcohol dependency in recent decades, so the AA community has started AA meetings in Bayview to support inhabitants on their journey to effective recovery. You will find all the local AA Texas meetings as well as those of other states in our AA directory. AA stands for Anonymous Alcoholics. It is a mutual support community. It was intended to help achieve sobriety and avoid relapses among people who rely on alcohol physically or psychologically. AA meetings are fellowships where people speak to others who experience the same problems with drinking. They share their alcohol dependence stories and discuss what could be done to enhance recovery. AA community members are advised to trust the way the meeting works and ensure that they attend regularly. More experienced members who have been sober for a while could offer advice and moral support. In essence, AA meetings are fellowships. They give a chance for individuals to meet new friends and develop ways to cope with symptoms of withdrawal and cravings. The activities at AA meetings can make people realize they are not alone in the situation. Furthermore, hearing stories from others who share the same problems helps individuals understand that it is possible to overcome alcohol addiction and stay sober.

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Port Isabel ( 8.5 Miles Away)
South Padre Island ( 22.8 Miles Away)
San Benito ( 23.1 Miles Away)
Brownsville ( 24.6 Miles Away)
Harlingen ( 27.2 Miles Away)
Mercedes ( 51.4 Miles Away)
Weslaco ( 59.3 Miles Away)
Donna ( 63.1 Miles Away)
San Juan ( 76.1 Miles Away)
Edinburg ( 76.3 Miles Away)
Pharr ( 78.8 Miles Away)
McAllen ( 80.9 Miles Away)
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