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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
10:00 AM Saturday Morning Big Book Study Group Saturday Morning Big Book Study Group #690185 1604 Jefferson St Alexandria Big Book   English   Open Meeting
6:00 PM Let Go Let God First Presbyterian Church 101 W Oak St Osakis English   Open Meeting

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Alexandria, Minnesota AA Meetings

Alexandria is the county seat of Minnesota’s Douglas County. There is an assortment of AA meetings in Alexandria, all of which focus on helping those with alcohol use disorder (AUD). The barrier to entry for AA in Minnesota, and anywhere else, is not made very difficult to overcome. In fact, many meetings are open for anybody to attend. To be an official member of AA, all one needs is the desire to stop using alcohol. AA does not charge any fees or membership dues. Likewise, meetings are free to attend, though donations are often collected to help pay for administrative costs and the coffee and snacks that are typically offered at meetings. AA meetings have been a great source of peer-provided support since it was founded in 1935 by Bill Wilson and Dr. Bob Smith. There haven’t been extensive studies done on AA as that would violate the anonymity the organization tries to maintain. However, there is a ton of anecdotal evidence from members that suggests that AA can be quite valuable to certain individuals. As effective as AA might be, it is not a substitute for formal rehab treatment. If you are searching for options outside of just AA meetings in Alexandria, give our specialists a call now.

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