Find AA Meetings in Freeport, Texas

Find AA meetings in Freeport, Texas to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Texas includes open, closed, speaker, and other specialized meetings, all of which are designed to help you get sober and remain sober.

Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
12:00 PM Clean Air Group Lake Jackson Clean Air Group Lake Jackson 100 Oak Drive South Lake Jackson
12:00 PM Brockman Road Group Clute Brockman Road Group 147 Brazosport Boulevard North Clute
6:00 PM Beginners Group Clute Beginners Group 147 Brazosport Boulevard North Clute
8:00 PM Freeport Group Freeport Group 1019 West 6th Street Freeport
8:00 PM Grupo Fe Angleton Grupo Fe Angleton 508 South Anderson Street Angleton

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Freeport, Texas AA meetings

Located in Brazoria County, Texas, Freeport City is a suburban coastal city that offers locals and visitors an exciting waterside experience. You could go fishing, diving, boat rides, or cool off and relax at the beach and enjoy sunbathing, camping, birding, and other fun activities. Sadly, not everyone in Freeport gets to enjoy these. This is as a result of alcohol disorder, substance abuse, and alcohol addictions. This menace poses a serious challenge; an increase in the rate of alcohol abuse can affect people’s productivity, which dampens economic progress. AA meetings in Freeport address this challenge by providing care and assistance to ensure people can get the best treatment as they journey towards addiction recovery. Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) has played a significant role in curbing issues resulting from alcohol addictions and has made great strides over the years. Like other AA Texas meetings, the approach to each participant might vary slightly based. For example, some participants respond better to one-on-one meetings; others prefer a small subgroup session with, let’s say, family. There are those comfortable in open groups. The aim is to ensure each one receives adequate treatment: starting with alcohol detox, then medications and therapy sessions. Follow-up counsellings helps the participants in the long haul. Best news? All of these for free!

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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