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3006 N Portland Ave
Oklahoma City, OK 73107

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Types of AA Meetings

12 Steps & 12 Traditions: Oklahoma's AA programs offer guidance through the research backed 12 Steps and Traditions. These AA programs provide essential support for those seeking sobriety. Open meetings welcome individuals and their loved ones and offer a supportive network for recovery.

Big Book: Oklahoma AA programs frequently use the Big Book for discussions. Participants can be inspired by the lives of real people who successfully controlled their 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: Closed AA meetings in Oklahoma are only accessible to members of AA and anyone who recognizes they have a drinking problem and wants to find help. The discussions are related to alcoholism and recovery and offer an opportunity for everyone to share.

Discussion: AA discussion meetings in Oklahoma are structured around one topic that relates to alcoholism and recovery. The topic normally ties into an AA text, such as the Big Book and As Bill Sees It. Leaders will reflect first and offer encouragement, then other members can add their own input.

Literature: Literature-led AA meetings in Oklahoma are support group meetings for people who are affected by alcoholism, including those suffering from alcohol addiction and those who have loved ones addicted to alcohol. These meetings, which are open to all at no cost, are based on the Big Book of AA and other AA literature as part of a 12-step addiction recovery program.

Men: Oklahoma AA chapters provide 12 Step Programs at no cost for members impacted from alcohol use disorder. Some groups are reserved for men only, so that men of all ages can discuss issues relating to their health and recovery.

Newcomer: AA newcomer meetings in Oklahoma allow experienced AA members to share insights and information with people who are just starting their recovery from alcohol addiciton and aren’t familiar with how the program works. These discussions usually include an overview of Steps 1, 2, and 3.

Open: Open AA meetings in Oklahoma are available to the public. Anyone who wants to understand more about the organization and how its recovery program operates is welcome to attend. This may include individuals seeking treatment for alcohol addiction as well as their friends, relatives, or loved ones.

Step Meeting: In Oklahoma AA programs, step meetings are part of the 12 Step process. The group converses about their experience, compares them to AA texts, and formulate ways to improve their recovery in the same step and in future steps.

Women: Oklahoma women’s AA meetings are group support meetings for women who are impacted by alcohol addiction. Open to all women in the community, including women with alcoholism and those who have loved ones with alcohol addiction, these meetings follow a 12-step program for recovery and are free to attend.

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