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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
5:00 AM Big Book Mokena Mokena Fellowship Center 13550 Maple Road Mokena Big Book   Closed Meeting
5:00 AM Mokena Fellowship Center Mokena Fellowship Center 13550 US-6 Mokena Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
6:00 AM First Light 03-9218 550 Sunset Ridge Rd Northfield Closed Meeting   English
6:00 AM Acceptance Group Acceptance Group (Hybrid) Online 1047 Curtiss St Downers Grove Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:00 AM Rise and Shine 95-9231 Online Chicago, IL Chicago English   Open Meeting
6:00 AM Online Acceptance Group Online Acceptance Group Online 1047 Curtiss Street Downers Grove Discussion   Open Meeting
6:00 AM Daily Reflection 14-0258 Online 507 W North Ave Chicago Closed Meeting   Daily Reflections   English
6:00 AM Speaker - Closed 14-0258 507 W North Ave Chicago Closed Meeting   English   Speaker
6:00 AM Great Start Meeting 12-3350 Online 620 Wheeling Rd Wheeling Closed Meeting   English   Wheelchair Access
6:00 AM SEAK-AA 06-9109 2508 Collins St Blue Island Closed Meeting   English
6:00 AM Straight Up AA 95-9061 Online Chicago, IL 60601 Chicago Closed Meeting   English
6:15 AM Deerfield Early Risers United Methodist Church 600 Deerfield Rd Deerfield English
6:30 AM Day Breakers Group - 17 W Quincy St Westmont Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
6:30 AM A Good Start to Your Week Wellspring United Methodist Church 1217 Wolf’s Crossing Rd Oswego English
6:30 AM Living Sober 09-0071 7438 Harrison St Forest Park Closed Meeting   English
6:30 AM Early Birds District 41 125 S Villa Ave Villa Park Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
6:30 AM Sunrise Big Book 16-2061 Online Chicago, IL 60613 Chicago English   Open Meeting
6:30 AM Palatine Club Meeting Palatine Club Online 887 E Wilmette Rd Palatine Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
6:30 AM 6:30 am Meeting 100-2413 887 E Wilmette Rd ste d Palatine Closed Meeting   English
6:30 AM Discussion 100-2413 Online Kildeer, IL 60074 Kildeer Closed Meeting   English

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Bolingbrook, Illinois AA Meetings

Bolingbrook, a southwest suburb of Chicago, is the 17th largest incorporated place in Illinois. The CDP has Alcoholics Anonymous locations set up to help its residents who are struggling with an addiction to alcohol. If you live in the second largest village in Illinois and are having difficulties with controlling your drinking you can get support at AA meetings Illinois AA meetings in Bolingbrook IL. The guiding principles of Alcoholics Anonymous or AA are the 12-Steps that is detailed in the organization’s governing literature called “The Big Book.” A significant part of the principles is a strong emphasis on spirituality. It encourages members to strive for spiritual transformation through prayer and meditation. The concept of a higher power is highlighted in step 2. The principles also advises members to take full accountability for their addiction as well as their shortcomings. It also encourages members to take full responsibility for their recovery as well as to try to make amends to people they might have hurt in the past. Reconstruction of relationships with other people is emphasized through the use of confession and restitution, as noted in steps 8 and 9. Furthermore, members are also urged to help other people who are dependent on alcohol, as emphasized in step 12.

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