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Cosmopolitan Group

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2323 Durwood Rd
Little Rock, AR 72207

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Types of AA Meetings

11th Step Meditation: 11th Step Meditation is a spiritual-based stage in which members individually and collectively pray for greater strength to correct weaknesses and to make amends for injuries inflicted on others due to alcohol use disorder.

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: The Big Book may be a center of discussion in Arkansas AA meetings. The Big Book features dozens of inspirational stories about men and women who overcame alcohol use disorder.

Candlelight: Candlelight AA meetings are sessions in which members bring candles, usually white, that represent their hopes and goals. When each member shares, that member lights their candles as they discuss their challenges and successes.

Closed: In Arkansas, closed AA meetings are limited to members only or anyone who has a serious drinking problem and is seeking help. These meetings allow participants to share personal details about their experiences that are best reserved for others in addiction recovery.

Discussion: In Arkansas, AA discussion meetings begin with one member sharing about a particular topic related to alcohol addiction recovery. This topic will normally come from an AA-related text, such as Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions or the Big Book. After their initial reflections, other members can participate by sharing their own experiences and thoughts on the subject.

Men: Arkansas AA chapters offer free 12 Step Programs to assist the recovery process from alcohol use disorder. Select chapters may be available only to men of all ages to focus on men’s health issues.

Newcomer: AA newcomer meetings in Arkansas cater to individuals who are new to the program or just starting their recovery from alcohol addiction. These meetings may include an informal discussion and an overview of the first three steps of the AA recovery model.

Open: In Arkansas, open AA meetings are available to individuals seeking help for alcohol addiction and nonalcoholics who want to learn more about how the program operates. This may include friends and loved ones of current members or anyone from the community seeking more information on the 12 step model of recovery.

Outdoor Meeting: Select AA chapters may choose to hold meetings outside. These outdoor meetings are usually held in shared community spaces, such as beaches and parks, and can include outdoor activities.

Speaker: Speaker meetings in AA programs can inspire clients in Arkansas to strengthen their resolve against alcohol. Speakers are usually AA alumni and use a mix of raw emotions, humor, and faith to motivate participants.

Step Meeting: Step meetings in AA centers revolve around 12 Step Programs for recovery. In Arkansas AA centers, participants read passages from AA texts, discuss their own steps, and recommend plans for future progress.

Women: Arkansas women’s AA meetings are peer support meetings for women who are affected by alcohol addiction. The meetings use a 12-step curriculum to guide women at all stages of alcoholism recovery, offering a safe and productive space to share experiences and receive community support. These meetings are available at no charge for women of all ages.

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