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Murray Group

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615 S 12th St
Murray, KY 42071

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Types of AA Meetings

Big Book: The Big Book is a collection of stories about men and women who overcame alcoholism. AA centers in Kentucky use the Big Book to inspire clients during group discussions.

Closed: Closed AA meetings in Kentucky are limited to members of AA and anyone looking for support in their sobriety journey. Outside observers cannot attend. Group discussions are informal and everyone is encouraged to participate.

Discussion: AA discussion meetings in Kentucky give all members the chance to reflect on their alcohol addiction recovery journeys and share their hopes for the future. Leaders will normally open the meetings by reading from an AA text, such as the Big Book. Once they share their input on the topic, they’ll allow others to join the discussion.

Literature: Literature-based AA meetings in Kentucky are peer support meetings for people who are impacted by alcohol addiction. These community meetings, free for all to attend, are based on a 12-step recovery program and emphasize AA literature, such as the Big Book of AA and other writings by AA founders and leaders.

Open: In Kentucky, anyone who wants to learn more about AA and the 12 step recovery model can attend an open AA meeting. These meetings are available to all members of the public, including alcoholics and nonalcoholics. In addition to providing practical tools and tips for recovery, they also help observers to better understand the program and its basic structure.

Speaker: Kentucky AA centers often include speakers in their programs. Through a blend of humor, charm, faith, and raw emotions, speakers can motivate listeners to strengthen their sobriety.

Wheelchair Access: In Kentucky, AA centers may provide wheelchair access for non-ambulatory clients. Access may include ramps, designated parking spaces, and a safe layout for meeting halls, restrooms, and other amenities.

Women: Women’s AA meetings in Kentucky are peer support meetings for women who are affected by alcoholism, including women who are addicted to alcohol and those who have loved ones with alcohol addiction. Held at various community locations, these meetings use a 12-step addiction recovery curriculum and are open to all women at no charge.

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