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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
6:30 AM RISE & SHINE Online Only Online Mobile, AL Mobile Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:30 AM SUNRISE GROUP Alano Club 908 McRae Ave Mobile Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
8:30 AM GOD SHOT GROUP Alano Club 908 McRae Ave Mobile English   Open Meeting   Speaker +   Wheelchair Access
10:00 AM WEST MOBILE GROUP VOA Building 1204 Hillcrest Rd Mobile Big Book   Closed Meeting   English +   Wheelchair Access
5:30 PM SOLID FOUNDATION WOMEN’S GROUP Mars Hill Cafe Online 1087 Downtowner Blvd Mobile Big Book   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting   Women's Meeting
5:30 PM AFTER FIVE GROUP St. Mary’s Parish Sisters of Mercy Bldg 1500 Old Shell Rd Mobile Discussion   English
6:30 PM AA ON THE PARKWAY Riverside Baptist Church 3130 Dauphin Island Pkwy Mobile Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
6:30 PM AGAPE GROUP Alano Club 908 McRae Ave Mobile Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM AGNOSTICS AND ATHEISTS P.E.I.R Center 3103 Airport Blvd # 160 Mobile Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 PM BASEMENT GROUP VOA Building 1204 Hillcrest Rd Mobile Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM SOBER GOLD GROUP Alano Club 908 McRae Ave Mobile Big Book   English   Open Meeting
8:00 PM SUNSHINE GROUP Old Shell Clubhouse 1005 Old Shell Rd Mobile Big Book   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
6:30 AM Early Bird Gulf Shores 8250 Roscoe Rd Gulf Shores Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:30 AM SERENITY Common Ground 8162 Well Rd Daphne Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:30 AM Zooming With Serenity Online-Daphne AL Online Daphne, AL Daphne Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:30 AM THERE IS HOPE IN FAIRHOPE 349 Fairwood Blvd, Fairhope, AL 36532, USA 349 Fairwood Blvd Fairhope Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
8:00 AM Singing River Group Singing River Group 1011 Communy Ave Pascagoula English
11:00 AM No Drama Group Spanish Fort Presbyterian Church 6620 Spanish Fort Blvd Spanish Fort Big Book   Closed Meeting   English
11:30 AM DAYTIMERS Common Ground 8162 Well Rd Daphne Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM There Is A Solution First Presbyterian Church 195 E Berry Ave Foley English   Open Meeting   Step Meeting

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Mobile, Alabama AA Meetings

For those who have alcohol use disorder (AUD), AA meetings in Mobile, Alabama, is the place to find support and recovery. This Gulf Coast city has been hosting Mardi Gras for centuries. Mobile is also home to some residents coping with alcohol use disorder (AUD). Alcoholics Anonymous is a community comprised of people who gather regularly to share their experiences to help each other solve their common problem of AUD. People with AUD come from all walks of life, and the thing they have in common is the inability to control or stop drinking. In AA meetings and in their lives, members study and practice the 12 Steps of AA. In meetings, they share how these steps have affected their lives. Sharing during meetings is a crucial element of AUD recovery, but it is not mandatory. Those who feel apprehensive about sharing can wait until they are ready to do so. Adherence to the principle of anonymity and confidentiality by meeting participants keeps AA meetings in Alabama a safe place. Recovery from AUD has been compared to a journey; some people begin their journey by participating in a formal rehab program to help them detox safely and get them started on the right foot. To learn what programs are available to you, call our helpline and request more information.

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