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Time Name Location / Group Address / Platform Region
12:08 AM West End AA 7th Street West West End AA 7th Street West 608 7th Street West Saint Paul Big Book   Open Meeting   Women's Meeting
7:00 AM Men at Peace Methodist Church of Peace Online 6345 Xerxes Ave S Minneapolis Closed Meeting   English   Men's Meeting
7:15 AM The Leftovers Sahara Club Online 3408 Dakota Ave S St. Louis Park English   Men's Meeting   Open Meeting
7:30 AM Real Men's Big Book Group Real Men's Big Book Group #697558 921 Selby Ave Saint Paul English
7:30 AM Midway AA Midway Club 1161 Sherburne Ave Saint Paul Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:30 AM Upon Awakening Mens Big Book Group Upon Awakening Mens Big Book Group 900 Summit Avenue Saint Paul Big Book   Closed Meeting   Men's Meeting +   Wheelchair Access
7:30 AM There is a Better Way Amore Coffee 879 Smith Ave S Saint Paul English   Open Meeting   Step Meeting
7:30 AM Fireside Women's Groups Fireside Women's Groups Online St Paul, MN 55101 Saint Paul Closed Meeting   English   Meditation +   Women's Meeting
7:30 AM Upon Awakening Men's Big Book Group Saint Paul's United Church of Christ 900 Summit Ave Summit Hill Big Book   Closed Meeting   English +   Men's Meeting   Wheelchair Access
7:30 AM New Freedom Westwood Community Church Online 3121 Westwood Dr Excelsior Discussion   English   Open Meeting +   Temporary Closure
8:00 AM Prescott Big Book Group United Church of Christ 206 Locust St N Prescott Big Book   Closed Meeting   English
8:00 AM Main Idea AA First Baptist Church of Saint Paul 235 9th St E Downtown Babysitting Available   Closed Meeting   English +   Meditation
8:00 AM Main Idea Group Main Idea Group #173489 499 Wacouta St Saint Paul English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Squad 20 Anoka Today Alano 2700 N Ferry St Anoka Closed Meeting   English   Men's Meeting
8:00 AM Cottage Grove AA (CGAA) In The Park Christ Redeemer Church 8500 Hillside Trail S Cottage Grove Closed Meeting   English   Step Meeting +   Tradition Study
8:00 AM For Today AA West Suburban Alano 5235 Woodhill Rd Minnetonka Child-Friendly   Discussion   English +   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Saturday Morning Serenity Group First United Methodist Church 813 Myrtle St W Stillwater Closed Meeting   Discussion   English
8:00 AM Mendota AA Groups Saint Peter's School 1405 Sibley Memorial Hwy Mendota Big Book   English   Open Meeting
8:00 AM Saturday Morning Men's Meeting West Suburban Alano Online 5235 Woodhill Rd Minnetonka Closed Meeting   English   Men's Meeting
8:00 AM Saturday AM Meeting Tonka Alano 5098 3 Points Blvd Mound English   Open Meeting

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Fridley, Minnesota AA Meetings

Incorporated in 1949 as a village, Fridley officially became a city in 1957. Fridley AA meetings are around to help individuals in the area with alcohol use disorder. AA in Minnesota, and across the country, is one of the foremost treatment options used to combat the alcohol addiction epidemic in America. Specific Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are held every week in public venues, usually a church or a community center. AA revolves heavily around its famous 12 Steps of AA and is a peer-to-peer support system for those attempting to recover from AUD. There are no membership dues or fees and the only true requirement to join AA is to have the desire to stop using alcohol. At AA meetings, members are encouraged to share their personal experiences with AUD and recovery. Sharing can be beneficial to both the person who shares and the people who listen. Alcoholics Anonymous meetings are not religious. The organization is not affiliated with a specific religion and they welcome people of all faiths. Despite being a great source of support, AA is not a formal rehab treatment. No professionals work within the organization, which is completely member-run. For help with formal rehab treatment options outside Fridley AA meetings, give our specialists a call.

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