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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:30 AM The Way Out Group The Way Out Group 2033 Nashville Rd Bowling Green Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:30 AM Primary Purpose Group Bowling Green Primary Purpose Group Online Bowling Green, KY, 42101 Bowling Green Discussion   Open Meeting
8:45 AM Paragraph Paragraph Online Online Bowling Green, KY 42102 Bowling Green Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:45 AM Upon Awakening Upon Awakening 1013 E 13th Ave Bowling Green Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
11:00 AM Start To Finish Group Start To Finish Group 600 Corvette Dr Bowling Green Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Temporary Closure
11:00 AM A.A. Way Group A.A. Way Group 217 N L Rogers Wells Blvd Glasgow Closed Meeting   English
12:00 PM Brown Baggers Group Brown Baggers Group 1013 E 13th Ave Bowling Green Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:00 PM Come As U Are Group Come As U Are Group 1044 Covington St Bowling Green Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:00 PM Warren County Jail - Class D Warren County Jail - Class D 920 Kentucky St Bowling Green Discussion   English   Men's Meeting +   Open Meeting   Temporary Closure
6:00 PM Safe Harbor Big Book Study Safe Harbor Big Book Study 201 N College St Franklin Big Book   English
7:00 PM By The Book Group By The Book Group 1000 Roselawn Way Bowling Green 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   Discussion   English +   Literature   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM Caneyville A.A. Group Caneyville A.A. Group 102 3rd St Caneyville English
7:00 PM Woodburn Meeting Woodburn Baptist Church 600 Woodburn Allen Springs Rd Woodburn Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:00 PM One Day at a Time (ODAT) One Day at a Time (ODAT) 150 Church St Munfordville 12 Steps & 12 Traditions   Big Book   Discussion +   English   Literature   Open Meeting   Wheelchair Access
7:20 PM Warren County Jail - B Side Warren County Jail - B Side 920 Kentucky St Bowling Green Discussion   English   Men's Meeting +   Open Meeting   Temporary Closure
7:30 PM Dont Have A Clue Group Dont Have A Clue Group 1013 E 13th Ave Bowling Green Discussion   English   Open Meeting
8:00 PM Salvation Army Group Salvation Army Group 400 W Main Ave Bowling Green English   Open Meeting   Speaker +   Temporary Closure

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Brownsville, Kentucky AA Meetings

Brownsville is a home rule-class city in Bracken County, Kentucky. The city’s population is tiny, a fraction of which has alcohol use disorder. To help these residents, the city has set up Alcoholics Anonymous (AA) meeting locations inside the town. Since the 1930s AA meetings have played a huge role in helping millions of people reverse alcohol use disorder (AUD) and regain control of their lives. The transformative knowledge and inspirational support received from attending AA meetings contribute significantly to lasting sobriety. However, because of the potential discomfort associated with attending AA meetings, many individuals find reasons not to attend. Sometimes, these reasons are due to pride, embarrassment, insecurities, low self-esteem, self-doubt, or because they are scared of what others will think. Also, a lack of belief in the recovery process can create oppositional reasons for some people to avoid attending AA meetings. However, allowing excuses to keep you away from getting help can prove to be a major obstacle to rehabilitation. There is no harm in going to AA meetings if it can save you from years of distress and destruction caused by your addiction. Putting aside your reservations and succumbing to admittance is a powerful course of action. You can easily find where AA meetings in Brownsville and other AA meetings in Kentucky are located by searching alcoholicsanonymous.com.

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