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Alpharetta Group

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631 N Main St Suite #114
Alpharetta, GA 30009

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Types of AA Meetings

Big Book: Georgia AA meetings often center on the Big Book for discussions. The Big Book is a collection of stories from women and men who overcame alcohol use disorder and is used to inspire clients.

Closed: In Georgia, closed AA meetings are not open to observers or members of the general public. Instead, only members and individuals seeking help for alcohol addiction are invited to attend. Members can share details about their recovery journey and newcomers are welcome to ask questions.

Discussion: AA discussion meetings in Georgia are led by a speaker, who opens the meeting by sharing a general topic to discuss. This topic is typically derived from an AA text, such as AA Grapevine or the Big Book. Once the speaker shares their input on the topic, they will open the floor for others to give their opinions and reflections.

Men: Men in Georgia who are impacted by alcohol use disorder can seek an AA chapter that is designated only for men. These groups offer no-cost 12 Step Programs that center on health and recovery issues for men of all ages.

Newcomer: In Georgia, AA newcomer meetings are designed for individuals who are uninitiated with the AA program and 12 step model of recovery. These discussions allow space for them to ask questions and learn more, with talking points usually centered on Steps 1 through 3.

Open: In Georgia, anyone in the community can attend open AA meetings. These are available to individuals recovering from alcohol use disorder as well as nonalcoholics who want to learn more about the AA program and how the 12 step recovery model operates. The meetings are informative in nature and may include member input.

Speaker: Georgia AA programs frequently include motivational speakers. By using humor, charm, faith, and raw emotions, speakers can inspire clients to strengthen their commitment toward sobriety.

Step Meeting: In Georgia, step meetings are routine components of AA programs. Step meetings include discussions of passages from AA books like Twelve Steps, their personal progress, and plans for the next stage.

Women: Georgia AA meetings for women are women-centered peer support meetings for people who are affected by alcohol addiction. These meetings use a 12-step recovery curriculum and are open to all women free of charge, including women who are addicted to alcohol and women who have loved ones with alcohol addiction.

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