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Wing and A Prayer

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539 N Scott Ave
Belton, MO 64012

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Types of AA Meetings

12 Steps & 12 Traditions: Missouri's AA programs offer 12 Step and Tradition programs that provide a pathway to sobriety for those in need. AA meetings offer a supportive community for individuals and their loved ones, promoting understanding and healing.

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: Missouri AA programs often have Big Book discussions to inspire clients. The Big Book contains dozens of stories about women and men who overcame 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 Missouri are not available to the general public and observers are not allowed. The only people who can attend are members of AA and individuals seeking help for alcohol addiction. The discussions are informal and group participation is encouraged.

Grapevine: Grapevine is a monthly magazine published by AA. Its contents, written by AA members, generally feature the experiences of individuals with alcohol use disorder, and articles are often discussed in AA meetings.

Newcomer: In Missouri, AA newcomer meetings give a general overview of how AA works for those who are new to the program or just starting their recovery journeys. This gives them a chance to ask questions, learn more about AA, and gain insight from experienced members.

Open: Open AA meetings in Missouri are accessible to anyone in the community. During this time, AA members will share their experiences and recovery journeys with the group, allowing attendees to learn firsthand how the program works, what the 12 step recovery model includes, and how they can support their friend or loved one seeking help for alcohol addiction.

Speaker: Missouri AA programs often feature motivational speakers to reinforce their members’ sobriety. By using humor, raw emotions, charm, and faith, speakers can inspire their listeners to harden their resolve against a relapse.

Women: Women’s AA meetings in Missouri are peer group meetings for women who are affected by alcohol addiction. Open to all women at no charge, including women with alcohol addiction and those who have loved ones with alcoholism, these support meetings follow a 12-step recovery curriculum.

Young People: AA meetings for young people are intended for members in early adulthood, usually in their late teens and twenties. These groups focus on the experiences and issues that young people may face in their recovery.

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