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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
7:00 AM 164 Group Club 12 1695 Beaumont Dr Baton Rouge Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:00 AM University Drunks - OL AA Online Meeting Online Baton Rouge, LA Baton Rouge Discussion   English   Open Meeting
7:30 AM Early Birds Grace Baptist Church 630 Richland Ave Baton Rouge Discussion   English   Open Meeting
9:00 AM Safe Haven O'Brien House - Dining Room 446 N 12th St Baton Rouge Discussion   English   Open Meeting
9:00 AM Farmers Market St Joesph's Cathedral 423 Main St Baton Rouge Big Book   English   Open Meeting
9:00 AM History of AA Study Group Club 12 1695 Beaumont Dr Baton Rouge Discussion   English   Open Meeting
9:00 AM In the World Outside Chapel of the Cross Lutheran Church 3235 Dalrymple Dr Baton Rouge Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM 1-12 Club Intergroup Meeting 1-12 Club 1955 Scenic Hwy Baton Rouge Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM First Things First Club 12 1695 Beaumont Dr Baton Rouge Discussion   English   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Common Solution St. John's United Methodist Church 9375 Highland Rd Baton Rouge Discussion   English   Open Meeting
1:00 PM Fellowship Group University Methodist Church 3350 Dalrymple Dr Baton Rouge Discussion   English   Open Meeting
2:00 PM Sober Chicks Club 12 Beaumont Dr Baton Rouge Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Women's Meeting
6:00 PM Shenandoah Group Our Savior Lutheran Church 3555 Jones Creek Rd Baton Rouge Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:00 PM 4264 Group Ingleside Methodist Church 4264 Capital Heights Ave Baton Rouge Discussion   English   Open Meeting
9:00 AM Carry the Message Stepping Stones 1027 N Burnside Ave Gonzales Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
12:00 PM Singleness of Purpose Luke 10:27 536 Centerville St NE Denham Springs Discussion   English   Newcomer +   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Why Shouldn't We Laugh 700 Williams St. 700 Williams St Donaldsonville English   Literature   Open Meeting
12:00 PM Gonzales Lunch Bunch Stepping Stones 1027 N Burnside Ave Gonzales Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:00 PM New Roads Group Club 12 of New Roads 3448 Mary Dr New Roads Discussion   English   Open Meeting
6:30 PM The Winners St. John's Catholic Church 15208 LA-73 Prairieville Concurrent with Al-Anon   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting

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Baton Rouge, Louisiana AA Meetings

Situated on the Mississippi River, Baton Rouge, Louisiana, has preserved its past while progressively moving into the future. Residents who struggle with alcohol use disorder (AUD) can find AA meetings in Baton Rouge in our online directory. Alcoholics Anonymous, the leader in AUD recovery, has been providing peer support for those who struggle since 1935. AA meetings rely on the trusted 12 Steps of Alcoholics Anonymous explained in the Big Book of AA. The 12-step program is a spiritual but not religious program that provides a system of self-examination and growth, often referred to as the road to recovery. Much of recovery work is practicing the principles found in the 12-steps and then talking about practice results in AA meetings. Diverse meetings meet the needs of individual members and include gender-specific meetings, 12-step meetings, LGBT meetings, and more. Choose a meeting to attend but feel free to try others until one resonates with you. A portion of most meetings is set aside for member sharing. Sharing builds fellowship and is encouraged but not required. The purpose of sharing is to help the group solve their common problem and help each person recover from AUD. The characteristic trait of AUD is the inability to stop or control drinking; when alcohol use is destructive, find and attend AA meetings in Louisiana to feel hope for recovery.

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