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The 623 Legacy Group

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120 N 3rd St
Belleville, IL 62220

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Zoom Meeting Information: Meeting ID: 306-325-343 Meeting Password: 120N3

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Types of AA Meetings

Closed: Closed AA meetings in Illinois are not open to outside observers. Instead, only AA members or individuals looking for help with a drinking problem are invited to attend. The discussions center around topics related to alcoholism and recovery and are of particular value to newcomers.

Discussion: AA discussion meetings in Illinois allow members to reflect upon and discuss a specific aspect of alcohol addiction and recovery. The leader will usually begin the meeting by referencing an AA text, such as Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions. Then, they will invite others to share.

Literature: Literature-centric AA meetings in Illinois are peer support meetings for people who are impacted by alcohol addiction. These group meetings focus on studying AA literature, such as the Big Book of AA and AA workbooks. The 12 step-based sessions are free and open to all ages and genders.

Open: In Illinois, open AA meetings are available to anyone who wants to learn more about the organization and its 12 step model of recovery. Attendees can include individuals currently seeking treatment for alcohol use disorder as well as friends, relatives, and loved ones of someone battling this addiction.

Speaker: Motivational speakers in Illinois AA programs can inspire clients to reinforce their sobriety. Speakers often use a blend of charm, humor, faith, and raw emotions to get their points across.

Wheelchair Access: In Illinois, AA meetings with wheelchair access generally have ramps and designated parking spots. Clients can safely navigate the facility’s layout and amenities to participate in their meetings.

Women: Illinois AA meetings for women are community support meetings for women who are affected by alcohol addiction, including those who are addicted to alcohol and those who have loved ones with alcohol addiction. These meetings use a 12-step recovery curriculum and are open to women of all ages at no charge.

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