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Territorial Group AA

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1125 W Territorial Rd
Battle Creek, MI 49015

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Types of AA Meetings

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: Michigan AA programs frequently use the Big Book to inspire clients. This anthology contains stories about real people who overcame alcohol use disorder.

Closed: Closed AA meetings in Michigan are not open to members of the general community. The only individuals who may attend are AA members and individuals who want to find help for alcohol addiction. This creates a welcoming space for members to share their recovery journey with others who have been through a similar experience.

Discussion: AA discussion meetings in Michigan usually revolve around a central theme related to alcohol addiction and recovery. The meeting leader will start by sharing their insights on the subject, which may be taken from an AA text such as Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. Then, they’ll invite others to share.

Men: In Michigan, AA chapters may provide space for free men’s-only meetings. In these groups, men of all ages participate in 12 Step Programs that center on men’s health and recovery.

Open: Open AA meetings in Michigan allow anyone who wants to learn more about AA and the 12 step model of recovery to attend. This may include individuals seeking support for alcohol use disorder or nonalcoholics who want to support their friends, loved ones, and relatives on their recovery journey.

Wheelchair Access: To participate in AA meetings, non-ambulatory clients in Michigan may have wheelchair access, such as the use of ramps and designated parking spaces. These clients can safely navigate the center’s meeting halls, restrooms, and amenities.

Women: Women’s AA meetings in Michigan are community support meetings for women who are affected by alcohol addiction, including women with alcoholism and those who have loved ones who are addicted to alcohol. These meetings use a 12-step recovery program and are free for women of all ages at no charge.

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