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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
6:30 AM A Good Start to Your Week Wellspring United Methodist Church 1217 Wolf’s Crossing Rd Oswego English
7:00 AM AA Discussion Rotating Format WSFC 710 E Ogden Ave Ste 430 Naperville Closed Meeting   English
7:00 AM Mokena Fellowship Center Mokena Fellowship Center 13550 US-6 Mokena Big Book   Closed Meeting   Discussion +   English
7:00 AM Grace New Beginnings Discussion Grace New Beginnings 1718 Avalon Avenue Joliet Closed Meeting
7:00 AM Big Book Mokena Mokena Fellowship Center 13550 Maple Road Mokena Big Book   Closed Meeting
7:00 AM Thought For the Day WSFC Online 710 E Ogden Ave Ste 430 Naperville Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Temporary Closure
7:00 AM Grace New Beginnings Grace United Methodist Church 1718 Avalon Ave Joliet Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
7:00 AM Captain's Table Alano Club of Joliet (ACJ) 1807 Plainfield Rd Crest Hill As Bill Sees It   Closed Meeting   English +   Wheelchair Access   Wheelchair-Accessible Bathroom
7:00 AM Grace New Beginnings Discussion Grace New Beginnings 1718 Avalon Avenue Joliet Closed Meeting
7:00 AM Thought For the Day WSFC 710 E Ogden Ave Ste 430 Naperville Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
8:30 AM Twelve Steps of AA 21-0371 11007 S 76th Ave Worth Closed Meeting   English
8:30 AM Monday Morning Big Book Study 07-2711 Online 2029 Hillview Dr Chicago Heights Big Book   Closed Meeting   English
8:30 AM Early Bird Alano Club 1245 E River St Kankakee English
9:00 AM Step Takers, Freedom Makers Step Takers, Freedom Makers 640 E Indiana Ave Pontiac Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
9:00 AM Monday Starter Group St. David's Episcopal Church 701 N Randall Rd Aurora Closed Meeting   English
10:00 AM Pasos District 20 En Espanol Dose Tradiciones Alcoholicos Anonimos 227 Ruby Street Joliet Closed Meeting   Spanish   Step Meeting
10:00 AM Mid-Morning Serenity WSFC 710 E Ogden Ave Ste 430 Naperville Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Wheelchair Access
10:00 AM Mokena Fellowship Center Mokena Fellowship Center 13550 US-6 Mokena Closed Meeting   Discussion   English +   Grapevine

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Braceville, Illinois AA Meetings

Braceville, is a village in Will County, Illinois, has members of its population who have difficulty regulating their drinking. Alcoholics Anonymous or AA meetings in Braceville provide these residents with assistance to help them overcome their drinking issues. Alcoholics Anonymous is a global fellowship that provides people who are dependent on alcohol with strong peer support. AA’s guiding principles are the 12-Steps and 12 Traditions. One of the key frameworks of therapeutic treatment for substance abuse is the 12-Steps process. The principles of the 12-Steps help participants to aim for a personal and spiritual transformation. Though it encourages spirituality and developing a connection with a higher power, AA is not religious or associated with any religious organizations. In fact, it offers a great deal of diversity in how they use spirituality in their treatment process. Some AA fellowships are basically secular in nature, while others uphold the theistic idea of God based heavily on faith. The “sponsor” who acts as a fellowship mentor/coach and guide for new members is another crucial aspect of the 12-Steps process. These senior members, who have been sober for many years and have overcome alcohol abuse, are the leaders of AA. AA meetings Illinois and other meetings from other states are organized on AlcoholicsAnonymous.com.

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