Find AA Meetings in Georgetown, Texas

Find AA meetings in Georgetown, 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
6:00 AM Georgetown Tx Group Dawn Drive Georgetown/Whitehouse Group 2409 Dawn Drive Georgetown
8:00 AM In Person Hope Group Hope Group Online 120 Commercial Parkway Cedar Park
12:00 PM Graceland Group Graceland Group Online 1705 Gattis School Road Round Rock
12:00 PM San Gabriel Outlaws Meeting In Person San Gabriel Outlaws 1351 Old 1460 Trail Georgetown
12:00 PM Georgetown Tx Group Dawn Drive Georgetown/Whitehouse Group 2409 Dawn Drive Georgetown
12:00 PM In Person Hope Group Hope Group Online 120 Commercial Parkway Cedar Park
6:00 PM A New Begining Leander A New Begining Leander 300 Crystal Falls Parkway Leander
6:00 PM San Gabriel Outlaws Meeting In Person San Gabriel Outlaws 1351 Old 1460 Trail Georgetown
6:00 PM Georgetown Tx Group Dawn Drive Georgetown/Whitehouse Group 2409 Dawn Drive Georgetown
6:00 PM Georgetown Tx Group Dawn Drive Georgetown/Whitehouse Group 2409 Dawn Drive Georgetown
6:00 PM In Person Hope Group Hope Group Online 120 Commercial Parkway Cedar Park
6:30 PM Stoney Point Group Stoney Point Group 415 Texas Avenue Round Rock
7:00 PM Graceland Group Graceland Group Online 1705 Gattis School Road Round Rock
7:00 PM A New Begining Leander A New Begining Leander 300 Crystal Falls Parkway Leander
8:00 PM Stoney Point Group Stoney Point Group 415 Texas Avenue Round Rock
8:00 PM Georgetown TX Group Georgetown/Whitehouse Group 2409 Dawn Drive Georgetown
8:00 PM In Person Hope Group Hope Group Online 120 Commercial Parkway Cedar Park

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Georgetown, Texas AA meetings

Georgetown city is arguably the best city in Texas to live. Home to two universities, this southern city offers great entertainment, good food, great attraction centers. To cap this up, Georgetown is affordable to live in. However, this highly ranked city is ridden with addiction problems, as many locals suffer from alcohol and substance use disorder. AA Texas has made Georgetown AA group open to as many who are facing this problem. It is not easy for people with addictions to confront their challenges, as many have made decisions and tried but find themselves diving deeper into it. But the good thing is that this community of people are very supportive and encouraging, caring for participants all through their recovery phase. Some of them were once struggling with addictions and can help newer participants through their healing phase. The 12 step approach adopted at AA Texas meetings has been very effective, and the recovery stories are proof. Treatments begin with alcohol detoxification, and then medications are provided. Therapy sessions are also available in two forms, open or closed sessions. The open sessions are group therapy, while closed sessions are one-on-one meetings—counseling help in unpacking emotional baggage and guarantee steady and long-term improvements.

AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

Round Rock (11.4 Miles Away)
Hutto (15.7 Miles Away)
Leander (18.2 Miles Away)
Pflugerville (19.8 Miles Away)
Cedar Park (19.8 Miles Away)
Austin (22.8 Miles Away)
Liberty Hill (23.7 Miles Away)
Taylor (26.9 Miles Away)
Jonestown (28.2 Miles Away)
Bartlett (29.5 Miles Away)
Manor (33.2 Miles Away)
Lago Vista (35.1 Miles Away)

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