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AA Meetings in Spokane, Washington

AA Thought for the Day: "I would rather go through life sober, believing I am an alcoholic, than go through life drunk, trying to convince myself that I am not."

What is AA?

The Definition of Alcoholics Anonymous

Trying to stop drinking is one of the most difficult tasks you'll ever take on. It is a challenge, but it's not an impossible challenge. In fact, every single year, thousands of people in the United States make the decision to stop drinking, but the ones who are the most successful are the ones who make the time to get the right kind of help. Sometimes that help is found in professional alcohol addiction recovery, and sometimes it is found in groups like Alcoholics Anonymous.

Alcoholics Anonymous is an organization that was created as a way to provide a support group for those who were recovering from alcoholism. The only requirement for attending Alcoholics Anonymous (or AA) is to stop drinking. There are no dues or participation fees that need to be paid, and open AA meetings exist for the purpose of welcoming anyone who has a serious drinking problem and wishes to find help for recovery. AA meetings have been a wonderful resource for so many people who struggled to stop drinking for years, and if that's where you are today, it is an option you should certainly consider for yourself.

What happens at AA meetings?

What Happens at Local AA Meetings in Spokane, WA?

It's normal to feel a little bit nervous before you attend your very first AA meeting. However, there's no reason to be scared. The people there are able to help you in ways that others might not, because they're all recovering alcoholics too.

More than two million people have found help by going to Alcoholics Anonymous. The people there are not professionals in alcohol treatment, and they're not doctors or nurses. What you will find is a listening ear or two, some great advice about staying on the course of recovery, and a tremendous amount of support. You need all of these in order to be successful.

Spokane AA Meetings

Finding AA Meetings Near Me in Spokane, Washington

If you're looking for AA, Spokane, Washington has a lot of different options for you. These include:

Eye Opener Group
7am
Our Club
1102 W. 2nd Ave.
Spokane, WA
This is an open meeting, and it is wheelchair accessible. S. Bernard St. is the closest cross street.
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Early Bird Group
8am
Immanuel Baptist Church
5109 N. Adams St.
Spokane, WA
This is an open meeting that is also wheelchair accessible. W. Queen Ave. is the closest cross street.
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Nooner Attitude Adjustment Group
12 noon
North Hill Christian Church
4620 N. Post St.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is open and it is handicap accessible. The closest cross street is W. Welesley Ave.
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Prescription for Living Group
10:00am
Holy Family Hospital
Health Education Center, Room #1
5633 N. Lidgewood St.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is open, and the closest cross street is E. Joseph Ave.
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Moving Forward Group
12noon
Pura Vida Recovery
527 S. Cannon St.
Spokane, WA
This is an open meeting and it is handicap accessible. The closest cross street is S. Greene St.
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Downtown Women's Group
12 noon
Women's Hearth Drop-In Center
920 W. 2nd Ave.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is open, but it is for women only. The closest cross street is S. Monroe St. It is handicap accessible.
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As I Understand Him Group
5pm
Our Club
303 W. 2nd Ave.
Spokane, WA
The closest cross street is S. Ash Street. This is a closed, Big Book Study meeting.
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SOS Group
6:30pm
Hoot Owl Servants
2016 E. Spraque Ave.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is open and it is handicap accessible. The closest cross street is S. Crestline Ave.
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Steppin' Up Group
6:30pm
Salvation Army
222 E. Indiana Ave.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is open, and it is handicap accessible. It takes place in the Comstock Room and N. Lidgenwood Street is the closest cross street.
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Came to Believe Group
7pm
New Horizons Community Church
3122 W. Lincoln Rd.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is open and handicap accessible. The closest cross street is N. 5 Mile Road.
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Early Bird Group
8am
Immanuel Baptist Church
5109 N. Adams St.
Spokane, WA
W. Queen Ave. is the closest cross street. This meeting is open.
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South Hill Noon Group
12 noon
Manito Methodist Church
3220 S. Grand Blvd.
Spokane, WA
The meeting is held in room 206. The closest cross street is E. 33rd Ave. This is an open meeting.
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Basic Life Support Group
5pm
Salem Lutheran Church
1428 W. Broadway Ave.
Spokane, WA
N. Walnut St. is the closest cross street. This meeting is open.
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5th Ave. Happy Hour Group
5:30pm
5th Ave. Fellowship Hall
3114 E. 5th Ave.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is open and it is handicap accessible. S. Greene St. is the closest cross street.
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Manito Morning Group
6:30am
Manito Methodist Church
3220 S. Grand Blvd.
Spokane, WA
The meeting takes place in room 206. It is an open meeting, and the location is handicap accessible. E. 33rd St. is the closest cross street.
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Noon Pass It On Group
12 noon
Residence
2924 E. Wellesley Ave.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is open, and N. Haven St. is the closest cross street.
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Gratitude Group
Living Hope Church
918 E. Garland Ave.
Spokane, WA
This is a closed meeting, and it is handicap accessible. The closest cross street is N. Nevada St.
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The 5:15 Group
5:15pm
Spokane Alano Club, Inc.
1700 W. 7th Ave.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is closed and it is wheelchair accessible. S. Ash St. is the closest cross street.
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Wednesday Eleventh Step Group
5:15pm
Sandwich Gardens
2628 W. 8th Ave.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is open and it is wheelchair accessible. S. Lindeke Street is the closest cross street.
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First Things First Group
8am
Central Methodist Church
518 W. 3rd Ave.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is held in the upstairs part of the church. It is open, and S. Howard St. is the closest cross street.
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Noon Non-Smoking Group
12 noon
Spokane Alano Club, Inc.
1700 W. 7th Ave.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is closed and it is handicap accessible. The closest cross street is S. Ash St.
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Out of the Hat Group North
6pm
Prince of Peace Lutheran Church
8441 N. Indian Trail Rd.
Spokane, WA
W. Lowell Ave. is the closest cross street. This meeting is open and handicap accessible.
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Bring Your Own Book Group
6pm
Immanuel Baptist Church
5109 N. Adams St.
Spokane, WA
This is an open, Big Book Study Group. W. Queen Ave. is the closest cross street.
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Northeast Group
6:30pm
Westminster Congregational Church
411 S. Washington St.
Spokane, WA
This is a closed meeting. The closest cross street is W. 4th Ave.
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Serenity of the Heart Group
12 noon
Immaculate Heart Retreat Center
6910 S. Ben Burr Rd.
Spokane, WA
S. Custer St. is the closest cross street. This is an open meeting.
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One Day at a Time Group
12 noon
Fellowship Church of God
2102 E. Everett Ave.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is held on the main floor, in room 202. N. Crestline St. is the closest cross street and the location is handicap accessible.
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Welcome Home Group
7pm
Bethlehem Lutheran Church
2715 S. Ray St.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is open, and E. 27th Ave. is the closest cross street
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Friday Night Rovers Group
7:30pm
St. Charles Catholic Church
4515 N. Alberta St.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is open and it is handicap accessible. The closest cross street is W. Heroy Ave.
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South Hill Group
7:30pm
Center for Spiritual Living
2825 E. 33rd Ave.
Spokane, WA
This is a closed meeting, and it is only open for birthdays on the last Friday of the month. S. Regal St. is the closest cross street.
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5th Ave. Wake-Up Call Group
7am
5th Ave. Fellowship Hall
3114 E. 5th Ave.
Spokane, WA
This is an open meeting that is also handicap accessible. S. Greene St. is the closest cross street.
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Saturday Morning Group
8:30am
5012 W. Northwest Blvd.
N. Hartley St.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is closed and it is a Big Book Study.
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Legacies Group
9am
North Hill Christian Church
4620 N. Post St.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is open and the location is handicap accessible. The closest cross street is W. Welesley Ave.
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Moving Forward Group
12 noon
Pura Vida Recovery
527 S. Cannon St.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is open and handicap accessible. W. 5th Ave. is the closest cross street.
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Liberty Park Group
7pm
Liberty Park Methodist Church
1526 E. 11th Ave.
Spokane, WA
This meeting is open and it is a speaker group. S. Helena St. is the closest cross street.
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AA Meeting Locator: You can locate additional AA meetings in Spokane, Washington by visiting: http://www.simeetings.com/LA/WA/SpokaneMtgs.html.
Online AA meetings

Finding AA Online: Getting Help with Your Recovery

You might not have realized that you can find help through AA meetings online. This is such a great idea, whether you're attending in-person meetings or not. AA meetings online can offer you an additional source of support.

  • Online Intergroup: Online Intergroup provides AA groups via their website, and there are members there from all over the world. You can use their email system to send an email when you need help or advice, and they also have worldwide events you can attend. There are many different AA groups you can choose from on their website.
  • AAOnline.net: This website has a number of different AA meeting times during each week, which makes utilizing their site very convenient. They have a chat feature on their site as well, and this is a great way to connect with others, get help, or provide help to others who are struggling in their addictions.
  • Alcoholics Anonymous Online Group: This free site provides message boards where you can introduce yourself, ask questions, or talk with other people. You can also find plenty of resources to help you as you recover.
  • AA-Alive.net: This website has four different meeting times every day of the week. For anyone who needs support when meetings are not in session, help is available. You can chat with others at any time, someone is always willing to provide assistance.

Choosing AA, 12 Steps and Professional Addiction Treatment in Spokane, WA

There's no denying that recovering from an addiction is something that takes work. It is a lifelong process that never truly ends, which is why it's so important to have the support you need as you go through it. Perhaps you're considering getting help in addition to AA meetings. If that's the case, please know that there are many options for you.

At Northpoint Recovery, it's been our goal to provide excellent alcohol addiction treatment to our patients for a long time. We want you to know that we're here for you, and this is not something you need to face on your own. If you would like to learn more about Northpoint Recovery, and how professional treatment for alcoholism can change your life and aid in your recovery, please contact us.

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