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Serenity Harbor

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5525 E 51st St #403
Tulsa, OK 74135

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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.

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: 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.

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.

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.

Wheelchair Access: In Oklahoma, wheelchair access enables non-ambulatory clients to fully participate in their AA meetings. The center generally has exterior ramps, open floor spaces, restroom access, and designated parking spaces.

Other AA Meetings In Tulsa

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Open Arms

5525 E 51st St #403 Tulsa, OK 74135

B.A.D. Girls Club

3355 S Jamestown Ave Tulsa, OK 74135

New Day

3188 E 22nd St Tulsa, OK 74114

Rule 62

2130 W Okmulgee Ave Muskogee, OK 74401

Chapter 5 Group

16414 W 760 Rd Tahlequah, OK 74464

11th Step Prayer and Meditation

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