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945 Wolfrum Rd
Weldon Spring, MO 63304

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Types of AA Meetings

As Bill Sees It: As Bill Sees It is a collection of essays and reflections from AA’s founder, Bill W., about the organization and its purpose. The book is often referenced in AA meetings to encourage members to individually and collectively discuss their recovery.

Big Book: Missouri AA programs often have Big Book discussions to inspire clients. The Big Book contains dozens of stories about women and men who overcame alcohol use disorder.

Discussion: AA discussion meetings in Missouri allow clients to share their thoughts and feelings on a particular subject related to alcohol addiction and recovery. The leader will open the meeting by sharing their personal reflections on the subject, which usually comes from an AA text. Then, they’ll encourage others to participate.

Open: Open AA meetings in Missouri are accessible to anyone in the community. During this time, AA members will share their experiences and recovery journeys with the group, allowing attendees to learn firsthand how the program works, what the 12 step recovery model includes, and how they can support their friend or loved one seeking help for alcohol addiction.

Speaker: Missouri AA programs often feature motivational speakers to reinforce their members’ sobriety. By using humor, raw emotions, charm, and faith, speakers can inspire their listeners to harden their resolve against a relapse.

Step Meeting: Missouri AA centers often involve step meetings, in which groups discuss their experience in various stages of the 12 Step Program. Members can strategize about individual and group interventions to improve their recovery for the next meeting.

Tradition Study: Tradition Study sessions are AA reflections about the organization. Members discuss how AA chapters can be more successful in their purpose through greater unity and its outreach programs.

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