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AA Meetings in Seattle, Washington

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What is Alcoholics Anonymous?

Alcoholics Anonymous is sometimes referred to as AA meetings. These meetings are designed to offer help to those who are struggling with addictions to alcohol. Both men and women attend AA meetings, and this is the perfect place to share how you're feeling, the challenges you're facing, and the issues that led to your addiction. For participants who frequent AA, 12 Steps are discussed as a way to progressively advance through recovery from alcoholism. The main goal of AA meetings is to assist alcoholics to recover from their addictions.


What Can You Expect at Local AA Meetings in Seattle, Washington?

If you're looking for AA, Seattle, Washington has a lot of options that you can choose from. Although, you might not be sure about what you can expect when you attend open AA meetings; especially if you've never been to one before, or if you're thinking of attending a meeting that's new to you.

Alcoholics Anonymous has served more than two million recovering alcoholics all over the world. The people who serve at AA meetings are not doctors, nurses or professionals in the addiction treatment industry. Also, there are no dues or fees that need to be paid in order to participate. Alcoholics Anonymous is a self-sustaining organization that operates because of outside contributions. It is not a religious organization, and membership is completely open to anyone who seeks to do something about a drinking problem.

AA Meetings Near Me

There are many different AA meetings you can choose from in the Seattle, Washington area. A few of these include:

Sundays

KISS (Keep It Simple Stupid)
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Spiritual Living
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Atheist Agnostic AA (AAAA)
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Mondays

Wings
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As Bill Sees It
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Monday Men Together
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Tuesdays

Out to Lunch Bunch
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AA Open Meeting @ Chief Seattle Club
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Beyond Belief There's Relief
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Wednesdays

How it Works
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Double Helping
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Wednesday Beginners
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Thursdays

Safe and Sober Group
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Literature Review
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Wings
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Fridays

Wings
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Ageless in Recovery
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Live & Let Live
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Saturdays

Wings
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Sober on Saturday
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Twilight Zone
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AA Meeting Locator: Find additional AA meetings all throughout Seattle, Washington by visiting: http://www.seattleaa.org/directory/protox.html

AA Meetings in Seattle: Testimonies from AA Members

"Going to AA may have saved my life. I didn’t have anyone to talk to about my alcoholism, and the meeting I chose was filled with people who understood the type of support I needed."

-Sarah

"As a man, I didn’t really want to share my feelings about my alcoholism with anyone, but going to AA made it much easier. It has given me so much help."

-Rick

"It’s so nice to be a part of a group that doesn’t discriminate based on sexual orientation. At AA, I was able to get real help from people who had been where I was."

-Jennifer



AA Meetings Online

Did you know that you can access AA online? Online AA meetings are excellent for those who need an additional resource for AA meetings, or for anyone who isn't able to physically go to AA meetings regularly.

  • AAOnline.net: This is an excellent online Alcoholics Anonymous site that offers frequent web meeting times all throughout the week. It's very easy to find one that will fit your schedule. Also, they have a chat feature on their site that will allow you to connect and socialize with other recovering alcoholics right away.
  • Online Intergroup: This website offers a variety of Alcoholics Anonymous groups through their website. You can also meet and connect with others who are facing similar challenges all over the world. Online Intergroup allows you to email for help when you need it. You can also access various worldwide events, ask for help right away, and get information about getting started with your recovery.
  • AA-Alive.net: This online AA organization offers meetings seven days a week at four different times. It's easy to find one that's convenient for you. If you are in need of support in between meeting times, simply click on the chat button to connect with others in recovery who will be happy to hear from you and lend a hand.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous Online Group: This website offers message boards where recovering alcoholics can leave messages and ask questions of others who are in recovery. The site is free to use, and it also includes links to various resources that can assist you in your recovery journey.

Help for Your Recovery from Alcoholism in Washington State

It's wonderful that you've decided to get help for your alcohol addiction. At Northpoint Recovery, we want to be of as much help to you as we can. If you would like more information about our addiction recovery services, please contact us.


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