Find AA Meetings in Burlington, Wisconsin

Find AA meetings in Burlington, Wisconsin to help you on your road to recovery. Our comprehensive directory of AA meetings in Wisconsin 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 Risers Burlington Early Risers Burlington 724 North Pine Street Burlington
12:00 PM Burlington Monday Nooners 12 & 12 CLUB 724 North Pine Street Burlington
6:00 PM Burlington Womens Group North Pine Street 12 & 12 CLUB 724 North Pine Street Burlington
8:00 PM Burlington Monday Night Big Book 12 & 12 CLUB 724 North Pine Street Burlington
7:00 PM Paddock Lake 12 Step Christ Lutheran Church 24929 75th Street Salem
7:00 PM Lake Geneva Monday Episcopal Church of the Holy Communion 320 Broad Street Lake Geneva
7:30 PM Ceased Fighting Group Ceased Fighting Group 10308 Main Street Richmond
8:00 PM Lake Geneva Keep It Simple Anchor Covenant Church 1229 Park Row Lake Geneva

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Burlington, Wisconsin AA meetings

Home to the Nestle chocolate factory, Burlington, Wisconsin, is a small city near Milwaukee. When looking for AA meetings in Burlington, use our online directory to find a meeting near you. Alcoholics Anonymous has been helping people recover from alcohol use disorder (AUD) since the 1930s. Since people with AUD come from all walks of life, AA has created a variety of meetings to meet members’ needs. Most meetings follow similar practices, including using the 12 Steps of AA, a self-improvement program outlined in the Big Book of Alcoholics Anonymous, a time for open sharing, where members take turns sharing the experiences they’ve had on their recovery journey. If you are new to AA, you are welcome to share but can listen until comfortable doing so. Membership in AA is free of charge and requires only that a person desires to quit drinking. Available meetings may include gender-specific meetings, 12-step meetings, LGBT meetings, open meetings where you may bring family and friends for support, closed meetings for those with alcohol addiction only, and more. Regular attendance in meetings facilitates recovery, so keep coming back even if you’ve had a relapse. Often people find that they need formal rehab services as they begin their recovery. These treatments include detox, inpatient, and outpatient programs to build a strong foundation of healing. Call and talk to a specialist today who can help you find treatment information that works for you. Alcoholic use disorder is a chronic condition but can be improved by obtaining treatment and attending AA meetings, Wisconsin.

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AA Meetings in Nearby Cities

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

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Wind Lake (18.7 Miles Away)
Mukwonago (22.2 Miles Away)
Richmond (22.6 Miles Away)
Williams Bay (23.3 Miles Away)
Hebron (26.0 Miles Away)

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